To keep your soccer uniforms looking new and clean, follow these washing instructions.
The first step in cleaning uniforms is to presoak them. Warm (not hot) water should be put in a sizable sink, bucket, or plastic storage container.
Add 2 to 3 ingredients, such as enzyme-based stain remover, baking soda, anti-odor
disinfectant spray, and heavy-duty washing detergent. Choose the proper detergent. Never use chlorine bleach while cleaning; instead, use an oxygen-based bleach. Because coughing, pain, and acute reactions to chlorine bleach are possible. Use WIN Sports Detergent or any laundry detergent designed exclusively for handling synthetic textiles.
The uniform should be left to soak for at least an hour before washing. Even better would be to soak the uniforms overnight.
Your uniforms should only be machine washed in cold water without any other clothing. Because cotton filaments from other clothing can be drawn to polyester soccer outfits. So always remember to use cold water to wash away stains. Cold water preserves color vibrancy and lessens the possibility of dye rubbing off onto your clothing. Always wash your items separately in the washing machine. If we don't like that, our garments start to wrinkle.
Then air dry or dry on low heat. Dry by air away from the sun. The uniforms may have a slight lack of color if we dry them in direct sunlight.
Avoiding direct sunshine and fluorescent lights is the best way to dry your sports uniform: line or hang dry. Use the dryer's lowest setting or the air-only option if you must. Your outfit should not be dry-cleaned. Shrinkage, fractured text, and faded colors are all effects of high heat.
* Important Tips:
Understand your uniform: Is the material of your uniform cotton, polyester, or another type of synthetic blend? Your sports uniform's fabric will ultimately determine how to clean it most effectively. Any care instructions listed on the labeling should be carefully read.
Understanding water Does your home have soft or hard water? Mineral-rich hard water can make it more challenging to maintain the brightness of your uniforms. You might need to supplement your pre-wash / soaking solution with water softener rather than fabric softener.
Speak with your group: Train your team to use the actions we've just outlined as a crucial addition to your playbook. Make sure your team is aware of how to maintain their uniforms, whether it be through a chat about how to wash a jersey, a printed set of uniform care instructions, or an email to parents.