How do you wash your swimwear is one of the most important things to keep in mind to keep them in good condition and assure their lifetime is as long as possible. If you wash the wrong way can your swim shorts can fade in color, shrink and in worst cases even get destroyed. How different materials react to different types of washing varies. The best thing you can do is making sure that you look at the garments washcloth and follow the specified washing instructions, found on the inside of all Brallor swim-shorts.

Sort your laundry after washing temperature and color. It is best to sort clothes in the dark, gently colored and white. With prints on white ground is often particularly sensitive to washing and should be handled with extra care. Do not use detergent with bleach. Keep in mind that the waistbands in Brallor swimwear is made of 100% premium polyester, which is often premature wear of tumble drying or dryer. We do not recommend use of tumble dryer and if you want to iron them do so with a cool iron. Measure the detergent following the instructions on the packaging. Overdose does not give better washing results. Keep in mind that detergent overdosing is also worse for nature.


Swim shorts

  • Sunscreen, sun oil and other liquids can damage the temples, especially the waistband.
  • Avoid storing the shorts in a closed bag after wet use.
  • Always wash off the shorts with non-salt or pool water after use.
  • Squeeze out the shorts as you rinse them with water, do not turn them out.
  • Be aware that sunlight and chlorine can bleach your shorts in the long run.


  • Wipe the sunglasses dry if exposed to water.
  • Do not bathe under water with the sunglasses.
  • Keep them in the enclosed case, without the case the lens can be scratched.
  • If the lens is dirty, wipe it with the supplied cloth.
  • Do not use force to adjust the size the glasses.