Unlike other products most fleece can typically be washed in simple liquid detergent that does not contain fabric softeners. Should you wish you can also use soap flakes which can be purchased from a supermarket or a specialist cleaning product such as Grangers Performance Wash
, Nikwax Tech Wash
, Fibertec Pro Wash
, or Storm Clothing Wash
Ensure all pockets are empty, drawcords under tension are released and all zips including pocket zips are done up fully.
Read the care label.
Select the appropriate wash cycle on your machine - ideally this should be a programme with a low to medium spin speed setting such as Delicates or Synthetics and with a temperature setting of 30°C or 40°C . Multiple garments can be washed at once but avoid washing heavily soiled garments together.
Garments can then be air-dried. It should not be necessary to tumble-dry any fleece. Under no circumstances should you attempt to iron fleece.
Finally all components such as cordlocks should be checked and zips thoroughly lubed. We recommend using a product such as Gear Aid Zipper Lubricant
, McNETT Zip Care
or Zipper Stick. Alternatively natural products such as Beeswax can also be used. The garment can then be stored away as normal.