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Product Care

Product Care

 

Follow Washing Instruction
Each of XL SPORTS made sportswear; training & leisurewear contain a washing label which help you to know the best way to look after your dream team kit. Always look for the garment care label and follow the washing instructions – and ensure a longer garment life span. Each of our sportswear are specially made of premium quality performance fabric – washing machines, washing liquids/ powders are specially made to ensure that when washed at the right process and right temperature your sports & leisurewear  will come out looking their best time after time.

Care instructions
Care your kit after match
It is necessary to look after your match or training & leisurewear after use.

 

Do not allow stains to set.

Please do not leave wet and dirty sportswear in your kitbag or gym bags where smells and permanent stains will develop. The sooner you pre-treat and launder the muddy or stained whites or training wear, the better the results will be.

Soak the stain in a pre-wash. In the case of severe staining it may be necessary to apply a stain remover directly to the affected area. Then launder again.

Do not dry a garment until the stain is removed. Once the stain is removed launder as per usual.

Remove stain before wash 

• Pre-treat heavily soiled spots.

• Apply undiluted laundry detergent.

• Sensitive stains should be rinsed in cold water, and then washed with a non-chloride bleach product.

• Pre-soak garments with heavy stains. Soak stained garments in a bucket or laundry tub with the warmest water safe for that particular fabric and a good laundry detergent for 1-3 hours.

Some key info which will help to look after your kit…

  • Playing kit needs to be washed as soon after play as is feasible so that stains do not fix to the garments.
  • Don't leave your team kit in kit bag after match or training to brew or dry out as it will be harder or impossible to remove the stain once dry.
  • Check garments regularly for stains and remove as soon as possible. (Pre-soak may be necessary.)
  • Soaking in water for a period prior to washing can help lift out stains, using neat detergent or non-bleach stain remover can also help remove stubborn stains.
  • We would advise that heavily soiled kit has the surface dirt removed before washing in a machine (with a hose or in a bucket of water).
  • Before washing, close all zips, undo all buttons and flatten out collars and cuffs.
  • Check pockets and linings for loose or sharp objects.
  • Turn garments inside out to reduce abrasion so avoiding contamination from other garments.
  • Always read the label for individual garment instructions, such as washing temperature.
  • Do not wash your kit above 40 degrees, some fabrics require extra care and should be washed at 30 degrees. (sportswear with elastic, sportswear fabric's containing spendex/lycra and Rip Stop Polyester).
  • Do not tumble dry any kit, air dry and reshape whilst damp.
  • Do not pile up or fold garments whilst damp, this can cause colour transfer.
  • Garments of similar colours can be washed together where stated on the care label.
  • Do not overload the washing machine.
  • Always use the correct amount of detergent depending on how soiled the garments are.
  • Always wash socks separately, especially if they are darker than your kit.
  • Iron each garment on recommended setting.
  • Do not iron directly onto a printed garment.
  • Always iron on the reverse side.
  • When ironing dark garments avoid 'iron shine' by either pressing on the inside of the fabric or through a damp cloth. Not applicable if using a steam iron.

Washing instruction on the reverse of the label 

  • Wash Separately
  • Mild Detergent
  • Do Not Bleach
  • Do Not Tumble Dry
  • Hang Dry
  • Warm Iron
  • Do Not Iron Prints
  • Iron Inside Out
  • Flat Dry

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Machine Wash 30 Degrees

Water temperature should not exceed 30 degrees Centigrade.

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Machine Wash 40 Degrees

Water temperature should not exceed 40 degrees Centigrade.

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Do not Bleach

No bleach product may be used. The garment is not structurally able to withstand bleach.

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Do not
Dry Clean

Garment may not be commercially dry cleaned.

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Iron

Regular ironing with or without steam may be performed at a low setting only.