<span style="color:#38383b;">How to wash a Reimatec snowsuit</span>
Reimatec snowsuits are machine-washable
Most of the time, a rinse or a good wipe down with a damp sponge is all a Reimatec snowsuit needs. Stains, on the other hand, should be tackled quickly. If you’re outdoors, rub the stain with fresh snow. This should minimize the stain. For messier situations, you can wash your snowsuit in the washing machine at 40°C. Just make sure that the load isn’t too full (a half-filled load should do it) and avoid fabric softener.
Remove the faux fur trim before washing
Washing machines aren’t always kind to faux fur, so remember to detach the hood’s trim and wash it by hand if needed. You can detach the entire hood if you like, but we recommend washing the hood along with the snowsuit so that the colors will continue to match.
Turn the snowsuit inside out
First, clean off any mud, dirt and sand from the outside by rinsing or using a damp sponge or cloth. Secure any loose bits of Velcro, fasten snaps, and close zippers so they don’t get caught on other items in the wash. Then turn the entire snowsuit inside out before putting it in the washing machine.
Tumble dry or air dry
All Reima snowsuits air dry quickly and safely, but you can check the garment’s label to see whether you can tumble dry it. Tumble drying at a low temperature is great for Reimatec’s unique protective finish because it reactivates the dirt- and water-repellent finish. Whichever method you go for, dry the snowsuit inside out.
Test stain removers in a secret spot
If a stain doesn’t come out in the wash, stain removers are perfectly safe to use on Reimatec products. We recommend testing it in a non-obvious spot before slathering it on, just in case it affects the color.