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Washing and Drying Instructions

Washing and Drying Instructions

Surridge Sport garments are manufactured from top quality fabrics. All fabrics & logos undergo stringent quality tests to ensure durability and washability. They will last for many years if properly cared for. When washing garments always refer to the instructions on the garment label.

Playing Kits

First wash - Always wash shirts, shorts and socks inside out & separately to remove surface dye. Avoid leaving kits folded or bundled together

for any length of time whilst damp or soiled. Remove excess mud and wash as soon as possible after use to avoid stains from setting.

Garments may discolour due to staining by substances such as mud, grass, petroleum jelly etc, which may not entirely be removed by

washing alone. Treat stains directly with a stain remover as soon as possible. Take care not to use stain remover on transfers applied to the

garment as this may effect the quality of the print. Some of the toughest stains may require more than one treatment.

• Do not over load the washing machine and always wash light and dark colours separately.

• Do not wash above the temperature stated on the garment label. (many items 30oc)

• Do not use fabric softener.

• Do not tumble dry.

• Never iron printed motifs

Training Wear / Outer Wear

Dirt on outer wear (padded jacket, rain jacket, training jacket) should be wiped off with a damp cloth. These garments do not require

regular washing as this will remove the shower proofing. If necessary wash inside out, no hotter than 30 degrees on a synthetic wash.

• Do not use fabric softener.

• Do not tumble dry.

• Never iron printed motifs.

Golden Rules for laundering garments with transfers (eg playing or training shirts with sponsors logos)

• Do not wash above 30 degrees Celsius

• Do not tumble dry

• Do not use fabric softener or bleach

• Do not iron printed motifs.

Surridge Sport does not accept liability for discolouration or damage to garments due to incorrect laundering