Never use chlorine treated water when washing your swim suits
Your Lifeguard Swimsuit should be washed with detergent to remove all debris and chemicals. This is because chlorine tend to bleach the fabric hence leading to a slow fading color. On the other hand, fabrics used in making these swimsuits may be affected by the chlorine detergents and eventually make them weak and soft. It is very crucial therefore to avoid such detergents at all costs.
Washing machines work by the principle of mixing both the detergents and the garments.
Hand wash your swim suits and never soak them
Considering that lifeguard swimsuits are made of special fabrics, it is very crucial to make sure that you use the right detergents. Moreover, just consider washing them with your own hands and never soak them in detergents.