Your compression may require you to hand wash it. Carefully hand washing your garments will extend their life by keeping them working longer.
★ Pour a mild detergent into the water and agitate the water with your hands to evenly distribute the detergent
★ Soak your compression in the warm water
★ Do not use aggressive rubbing, you can ruin the fibers
You did it! Now you have clean compression that's ready to work another day.
If you are not sure how to wash your compression BrightLife Direct has "Laundry Instructions" online. Look up your product on our website and you will find care information:
You should wash your compression garments after every wear. This helps remove bacteria and body oil, leaving your compression fresh and clean. Also, when compression is washed it allows the elastic fibers to bounce back and retain their initial stretch.
A silicone band that used to work, but is suddenly slipping, is an easy fix. If it has lost its grip, there may be natural body oil or lotion build-up preventing it from sticking. You can fix this by wiping the silicone with rubbing alcohol or washing it with dish soap. Afterwards, your silicone will grip like the day you bought it.
- Laundry bag to protect your compression from your harsh washing machine.
- Organic solution for hand or machine washing
- Environmentally friendly detergent