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Avoid washing bib pants and jackets together! Never wash in hot water!
Use only non-chlorine household laundry detergent. Do not use liquid fabric softener!
Jackets and bib pants are made of completely washable polyester-gabardine. The hip skirt is attached to the jacket with velcro. Leave the hip skirt attached to the jacket when washing. Make sure no velcro is exposed where the hip skirt is attached.
If a stain does occur, sponge with water or treat with an appropriate product before laundering. You may use “Spray and Wash” and other non-chlorine (does not contain bleach) stain removers when washing. Use only non-chlorine detergent! Many detergents are harsh and have a bleaching ingredient that will cause even colorfast fabric to migrate.
Do not use liquid fabric softener! A softener sheet may be used in the dryer, however use only one (1) sheet per dryer load.
Machine wash on the gentle / permanent press cycle, but do not overload machines. Launder 4 to 6 pieces at a time. Wash jackets, leaving hip skirts attached, in separate loads from the bib pants. Make sure no Velcro is exposed to prevent ‘picking’ of the fabric. Fold the extended shoulders back onto the shoulder during washing and drying.
Dry on cool / permanent press setting.
Caution: Do NOT use a hot dryer setting! A hot dryer setting will remove the press.
Remove garments from the dryer and place on a hanger immediately.
No ironing is needed at this time.
Match bar codes on jackets and bib pants to the numbers listed on the garment bag tags.
Replace uniforms in the garment bags only after they are completely dry.
If you notice any damage or a stain that cannot be removed, please send an email with details to email@example.com. Include the student’s name and bar code of the damaged uniform.
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