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Wash Bicycle Clothing

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Wash, Rinse, Sniff Wash in cold or lukewarm water. If your clothes still smell like detergent at the end of the cycle, run them through for an extra rinse.

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Seal Up Zip zippers and close hook and loop fasteners before washing both can chew up clothes faster than skidding on loose gravel. Also, turn screenprinted or sublimated clothing inside out to protect the graphics. Before you wash, sort your clothes your cycling gear shouldn't be mashed in with your hard tumbling Air Max 90 Red And Blue

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Good cycling clothes are an investment one that rubs right up against your most treasured body parts. Though care instructions from manufacturers seem to vary from the extreme "hand wash in our proprietary soap and dry with a soft lint free towel" to the lackadaisical "machine wash, tumble dry," the truth is out there. Or, rather, it's here, in our guide to the smart way to care for your clothes and keep smelling fresh.

2. What if I don't wash my clothes the way the tag says? It's always best though not always convenient to follow the tag instructions. If you decide to ignore the manufacturer (or us) and go your own way, your clothes will still be okay. Probably. For a while. But they won't last as long or work as well as they could if you wash them with extra care.

I perspire A LOT and have developed a multi step approach to keep my jerseys fresh. Before rides, I treat the inside of the underarm area of my jersey with a VERY light dusting of talcum powder, one that contains cornstarch and baking soda. After my ride, I pretreat the same area with plain baking soda and a mist of highly diluted, unscented liquid detergent. I let it sit while I shower, then wash in cool water with unscented liquid detergent on the delicate cycle and a second rinse. No fabric softener ever. I wash everything inside out, then hang to dry inside. So far, even jerseys worn on century rides in century temps are completely odor free. I had 2 pairs of bibs and 2 jerseys. When the day was over, I would shower with the clothes on the floor, even stepping on them. Then I would wring them out for the first time. Next, after I am finished showering, I rinse them in cool water in the sink for about 5 minutes, wring them out for the last time and hang them to dry overnight.

Dry Heat is used in the finishing process of most stretch fabrics, so a little hot air can give clothing a boost (unless it's wool in which case, it's best to avoid the dryer; lay the damp clothes on a towel to dry). But high heat, or drying in a Laundromat type commercial dryer, will lead to shrinkage not the temporary Seinfeld kind and damage the elastics. It could also bake in any lingering funk. Stick with low heat, and only for a little while, as high performance fabrics dry quickly. And remember to skip the fabric softener dryer sheets.

1. How often must I wash my Black Air Max 90 stuff? As often as you want, as long as you follow the recommended care instructions. If you tend to sweat like a pig, wash your gear after every ride. But if your clothes still smell okay and you're all about conserving water, wash them when you feel it's necessary.

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Um, when it comes to washing my chamois, is there something I should know? Most chamois don't require special cleaning, unless you have an exceptionally old fashioned pair of shorts with a real leather chamois. If you line dry your shorts, be sure to hang them chamois side out.

Add Soap Use the most basic detergent you can find, without dyes, perfumes or softeners. Cycling clothes are made of high performance fabrics meant to channel moisture away from your skin. Any residue from fancy soaps Air Max 90 New York

Some manufacturers recommend against using liquid detergents straight, concentrated detergent is potent stuff but as long as you run water into the washer first, add the detergent, then the clothes, you'll get gentler, easier to rinse cleaning. A note on wool: Treat it like you would any other wool garment, using a wool specific soap and machine washing only if the tag says it's okay.

Line drying nonwool clothing is fine, too, as long as the clothes are out of direct sunlight the added UV exposure can cause fabrics to break down prematurely.

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jeans or a mess of heavy towels. They're "delicates" and should be treated as such. Use the delicate cycle on your washing machine, too.

or fabric softeners will clog up the works, keeping the fabric from doing its job well.

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