How To Hang-Dry® Your Suit/Gear.
Things you really need to know about your Gear/Suits and why the Hang-Dry® is SO important.
Cleaning your Gear/Suit
- Rinse off all dirt, debris, and mold in warm water until soaked.
- Use soft cloth and soft soap like baby soap to remove all leftovers dirt, debris, and mold.
- Wash off all soap thoroughly and repeat steps 1, 2, and 3 if necessary.
- Hang Gear/Suit on Hang-Dry until Gear/Suit is dry to your liking, avoid Hanging in direct sun light or in a high humidity area. Direct sun light jeopardizes the integrity of the materials and makes the Gear/Suit unsafe.
- Check to see if the manufactures of your Gear/Suit require you to follow up with some type of conditioning, and properly store to prevent mold from returning.
- Dry off with the Hang-Dry® after every use.
- Clean entire leather item to ensure an even color and texture result.
- When using anything other than a specialized leather cleaner, do a spot test and allow it to dry prior to cleaning the entire item.
- Always follow manufacturer’s instructions when using a cleaner specifically for leather.
- Never use detergent to clean leather.
- If home methods do not work, contact a professional leather cleaner in your area.
- Run Hang-Dry® as long as you need to, you will not hurt it.
What You’ll Need
- A soft cloth
- A warm, dry environment
- Leather cleaner or mild soap
- and a Hang-Dry®
- When drying gear/suits do it inside or in a shaded area (the sun will damage your gear/suit).
- Seal the gear/suit as much as possible so the air flows thoroughly through gear/suit.
- When using the Hang-Dry® to dry your gear/suit it can also dry your under armor, helmet, gloves and boots when used correctly.
- We recommend transporting the Hang-Dry from the handle part with our bracket.
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