A few tips for your special NUDO swimsuit.
BEFORE WEARING NUDO:
To prevent fading, bleeding, and to keep colors vibrant longer, soak new swimsuit for 30 minutes in a mixture of water and white vinegar (1 tbsp vinegar per 1 quart water).
AFTER WEARING NUDO:
Rinse your swimsuit in cool water immediately following swimming in salt or chlorinated water.
Hand wash your suit with mild soap. DO NOT USE WASHING MACHINE.
Wash newer suits by themselves until all excess dye washes out – bleeding of the dye is normal and will stop after a few washes.
NUDO swimsuits are meant to bring out the poolside goddess and beach beauty in everyone. All embellishments (gold, beads, etc) can be worn in salt and chlorinated water. To prevent fading, make sure to wash them with cool tap water after using. Don’t let salt or chlorinated water dry itself on the embellishments.
Sun, tanning/bronzing lotions, tinted moisturizers, oils, harsh chemicals and minerals, salt water, chlorine, and extreme heat naturally put wear on any swimsuit and can turn it yellow; this is not a manufacturing defect. To prevent wear as much as possible, be careful to follow the care instructions above.