How to care for your dryrobe
dryrobes have been tested to their limits over the years and are standing up to more abuse than most waterproofs will withstand. Here are a few pointers though to help extend the life of your dryrobe.
The dryrobe does not need washing after every use (unless of course it gets covered in mud!). Due to its waterproof outer shell fabric washing should be limited as much as possible, as the process could age the garment, the same as with any other outdoor waterproof clothing.
Unless you get it dirty and would prefer it clean, your dryrobe will function just the same if simply dried at room temperature between uses. In fact, a dryrobe works just the same even if it is covered in mud and forgotten about, living in the trunk of your car between uses (we’ve tested this!).
Never expose the dryrobe to heat sources of any kind. The inner lining will not handle drying with next to a heat source as it could lose its warming and quick drying properties. Always hang or lay flat to dry.
The dryrobe Advance is machine washable. It will retain its waterproof properties and will last and last if guidelines are followed.
- Wash your dryrobe inside out
- A gentle or delicate machine wash on a cold wash (MAX 90°F/30°C). Cold wash by hand is recommended if at all possible
- DO NOT hot wash. DO NOT dry clean or iron
- IMPORTANT: use a non-bio detergent
- DO NOT use a fabric softener
- After the spin cycle, hang or lay flat and dry at room temperature. DO NOT put in the dryer.