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Wetsuit Care Tips

Rinse: When you've finished diving for the day, rinse your suit in fresh water as soon as possible. Salt water and chlorine are arch enemies of neoprene. These harsh environments will take a toll on your suit and leave you with a delicate, stinky wetsuit.

Soak: As soon as you are able, soak your wetsuit in clean, warm water for about 15 minutes. You also should wash your suit occasionally using wetsuit shampoo or Suit Juice.

Wetsuit dry: Use a special wetsuit hanger if you have one; if not, use a plastic hanger, or a ladies padded hangar. The HangAir Wetsuit Dryer is a really cool product that dries your suit 70%
faster than hanging alone. Do not hang your wetsuit to dry in the sun, the neoprene can crack. Let the wetsuit dry thoroughly before storing it to keep it looking and smelling good.

Damage Inspection: Before you store your wetsuit, check for any rips or tears. It's easy to get them fixed when they are small. Wetsuit tears happen after time, especially due to fingernail cuts. This is not a warranty issue, just nature of the beast. You should repair the suit immediately using a special Neoprene Adhesive called Aquaseal.

Store properly: Be sure to store your wetsuit properly. Dents and creases could become permanent and result in loss of insulation. The best way to store your wetsuit is to lay it flat, or hanging from a wetsuit hangar. Do not fold your wetsuit or shove it in a drawer. Do not store your wetsuit in direct sunlight or expose your wetsuit to aerosol spray or car exhaust. Do not store wetsuit in car trunk.

Zipper Maintenance: Prevent zipper corrosion by rinsing in fresh water and applying Zip-Tech often.

Wetsuits Stink! One thing you might avoid is peeing in your suit! It's without a doubt the hardest smell to get rid of... But normal sweat and body are plenty to make most suits smell, if they're not cared for. If washing and shampooing the suit does not get rid of the smell, use MIRAZYME, it is the best product on the market to break down the body oils and wash away the bacteria that leads to smelliness. The key is to prevent buildup, so don't just do it once, try to repeat the process every few weeks.

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