Stay Stylish & Fit With Chlorine-Resistant Swimwear
Water Fitness Demands Chlorine-Resistant Swimwear
Pool chemicals safeguard your health by killing bacteria and viruses while stopping algae growth. Besides destroying microorganisms, they prevent water from turning cloudy, green, and possibly harmful. Warm pool temperatures require extra chlorine. These hygiene measures allow you to enjoy aquatic fitness activities in clean, clear, disinfected environments. Frequent participation calls for comfortable and fashionable swimsuits. Swimandsweat chlorine-resistant swimwear is durable enough to resist damage, but keeps you looking stylish.
Chemical Impacts on Conventional Materials
Chlorine bonds to traditional swimwear’s elastic fibers chemically, making them brittle enough to break. That can lead to shredded and see-through fabrics, reduced stretchiness, saggy shapes, and faded shades.
Specialty Fabric Advantages
Colorful new bathing suits will retain their original beautiful appearances, hues, patterns, and snug fits longer when you select the right fabrics. Swimandsweat’s durable professional-quality water fitness suits provide the ultimate chlorine protection by featuring hardwearing, long-lasting materials. To browse the latest looks that increase stability for extended use, shop the New Arrivals section for chlorine-resistant swimwear. Our optimal material contents range from 100 percent polyester to blends combining that premier choice with nylon, polybutylene terephthalate (PBT), and/or Spandex. Check out their multiple advantages below.
- Leading competitive swimwear fabric surpasses all others
- Strong, firm, resilient, and comfortable
- Durable with extended life expectancy for long-lasting wear
- Soft, snug fit
- Order one or two sizes larger for a less constricting feel
- Excellent breathability
- Four-way stretch (around 60 to70 percent in every direction)
- Inhibits chlorine degradation
- Holds its strength and shape over time
- Resists shrinking, weakening elasticity, drooping, discoloration, and fading
- Avoids pilling, abrasions, and shredding
- Provides UV protection
- Easy to clean
- Dries quickly
- Lightweight and texturized
- Flattering matte finish smooths your figure
- Exceptional four-way stretch and flexibility
- Durable and comfortable
- Resists chlorine and saltwater damage
- Avoids snagging
- Withstands color fading
- Repels water
- Dries quickly
- Soft and lightweight polyurethane-based elastomer
- Comfortable, figure-hugging, and slenderizing fit
- Inhibits chlorine degradation
- Excellent elasticity
- Long, strong, and pliable fibers resist breaking
- Moves easily with your body
- Retains its shape
Extra Protections Prolong Wearability
Refreshing liners: Some swimandsweat bathing suits include antimicrobial linings. Those extra layers of protection ensure long-term freshness.
Proper sizing: For maximum durability, new swimsuits should fit snugly yet comfortably. Undersized styles’ stretched seams might pop or fabric could rip. Pieces that are too large may look or feel baggy and saggy. Bathing suits last longest when you pick the right size. Refer to each item’s Details section for selection tips and size charts to take your measurements and order correctly.
Suit Saver: This environmentally friendly additive removes 99.9 percent of chlorine remaining on bathing suits after water workouts. Just a squirt of the clear concentrated formula preserves fabrics and prolongs their elasticity, vivid colors, and lifespans. To order Suit Saver online, find the swimandsweat Accessories section and then click on Chlorine Remover.
Pre-rinse: Before wearing new swimsuits during aquatic fitness programs, pre-rinse them in cold tap water by hand. Adding the Suit Saver solution above is the smart way to familiarize your unused items with submersion. That will prepare fabrics for regular chemical or saltwater dips.
Storage: Never keep wet bathing suits in towels or plastic bags in your swim tote until your next pool session. Use a mesh bag for ventilation until you can rinse and dry your swimsuits properly.
Cleaning and drying: After each use, rinse all swimming suits thoroughly yet gently by hand in cold water. Add Suit Saver every time you clean your bathing suits to neutralize lingering pool chemicals. It also eliminates that unpleasant odor that means chlorine still could be causing harm. Skip laundry detergents, soaps, and bleaches. If you decide to wear swimsuits into locker room showers before changing clothes, use a light spray of cool water instead of warm water.
Wrap swimsuits in towels and pat gently to absorb excess moisture. Refrain from wringing them out vigorously. Hang or lay flat to air dry in areas away from direct sunlight and heat. Never put chlorine-resistant swimwear in electric washers and dryers or iron them. Our fade-proof bathing suits come with guarantees that outer fabrics will maintain 90 percent or more of their original colors’ brightness for 12 months or longer following purchase dates. You must use proper care for that warranty to apply.