How to Properly Care for and Maintain Kids Snowsuits

Kids snowsuits are essential for keeping your little ones warm and cozy during the winter season. To ensure their longevity and optimal performance, it's important to know how to properly care for and maintain these garments. Here are some essential tips to help you keep your kids' snowsuits in top condition:

  1. Read and Follow the Care Instructions: Before anything else, familiarize yourself with the care instructions provided by the manufacturer. These instructions are specific to the materials and construction of the snowsuit, ensuring you follow the correct guidelines for cleaning and maintenance.

  2. Spot Cleaning: When dealing with minor stains or spills, spot cleaning is often sufficient. Use a mild detergent or stain remover and a soft cloth to gently dab the affected area. Avoid scrubbing vigorously, as this can damage the fabric or affect the waterproofing.

  3. Machine Washing: If the care instructions permit machine washing, use a gentle cycle and cold water. Turn the snowsuit inside out to protect the outer fabric. It's best to use a detergent specifically formulated for outdoor gear or a mild, non-bleach detergent. Avoid using fabric softeners, as they can reduce the effectiveness of the snowsuit's water repellency.

  4. Drying: Hang-drying is the recommended method for drying snowsuits. Find a well-ventilated area and hang the snowsuit upside down or on a padded hanger to retain its shape. Avoid direct heat sources like radiators or sunlight, as excessive heat can damage the fabric or affect the insulation. If you choose to use a dryer, select a low heat setting and check the care instructions to ensure it's suitable.

  5. Restoring Waterproofing: Over time, the waterproofing capabilities of a snowsuit may diminish. To restore its water repellency, use a waterproofing treatment specifically designed for outdoor gear. Follow the instructions provided with the product and apply it evenly to the outer fabric of the snowsuit. This will help the garment repel water and maintain its performance in wet conditions.

  6. Storage: When the winter season is over, proper storage is crucial to maintain the quality of the snowsuit. Make sure the snowsuit is clean and completely dry before storing it. Store it in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and moisture. Consider using a breathable garment bag to protect it from dust and insects.

By following these care and maintenance tips, you can prolong the lifespan of your kids' snowsuits and ensure they continue to provide warmth and protection throughout the winter seasons. Proper care not only preserves the performance of the snowsuit but also saves you money in the long run. With a little attention and care, your child's snowsuit will be ready for many more snow-filled adventures to come!

Check out some of our favourite WeeDo Snowsuits below.

UNIDO Silver Unicorn Snowsuit

Wild Thing Snowsuit

OMONDO Monster Snowsuit

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