- A wetsuit must be thoroughly rinsed in fresh water right after every dive. If you do not have a chance to do so directly after diving, leave your wetsuit in a bag with some seawater. Do not let salt water dry on your wetsuit and do not machine wash.
- After rinsing in fresh water, allow the wetsuit to air dry. Do not dry your wetsuit in the sun, near a fire, near central heating systems, or in a clothes dryer.
- From time to time your wetsuit should be washed using a wetsuit-specific shampoo. Follow directions closely. Remove grease, oil, and other stains using a wetsuit-specific degreaser. Never use petroleum products on your wetsuit.
- Store your dry wetsuit in a cool, dry place and avoid folding it for excessive periods. Folding a wetsuit for short-term transport is acceptable, otherwise, it is recommended to lay it flat or hang it on a hanger that does not stretch out the wetsuit. Avoid storing direct sunlight.
- If you tear your wetsuit, use Neoprene Cement to repair it, which is commercially available at most diving centers or watersport stores. Follow the instructions carefully. Fabric-finished surfaces can be loop stitched, but avoid stitching completely through to the opposite surface. If you have doubts about repairing your wetsuit, contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will happily assist you.
A 1-year limited warranty
applies. Please note that defects or damage to the equipment caused by improper or incorrect use or insufficient/improper maintenance and product care
will render our Warranty Policy null and void.