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Washing Instructions

How To Wash macom® Garments


It's essential to maintain the pristine condition of your garment, so let's clarify the best care instructions:


Immediate Cleaning: As soon as your garment becomes dirty, don't hesitate to clean it promptly. The goal is to prevent stains from setting in over time.

Water Temperature: Use cold water, ensuring it doesn't exceed 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit). This mild temperature safeguards the fabric.

Gentle Soap: Select a gentle soap or detergent to wash your garment. Avoid harsh or abrasive cleaning agents.

Avoid Tumble Drying: Steer clear of tumble drying. Heat can be detrimental to the fabric and may exacerbate stains.

No Solvents: Do not use any solvents or chemicals when cleaning your garment. These substances can harm the fabric's quality.

No Dry Cleaning: Skip dry cleaning for this item, as it may not be suitable for delicate fabrics.

Avoid Ironing: Refrain from ironing the garment. Ironing could potentially damage the fabric.

Dry Flat: After washing, lay the garment flat to dry. This helps maintain its shape and prevents stretching.

Avoid Radiators: Don't place the garment too close to a radiator or direct heat source while drying, as excessive heat can affect the fabric negatively.


By following these detailed instructions, you'll ensure that your garment remains in optimal condition, with no stubborn stains or damage.


To eliminate a fluid stain or any other soiled marks from your compression garment without using solvents or soaking, you can follow these steps:


Act Quickly: It's essential to address the blood stain as soon as possible. The longer it sits, the harder it may be to remove.

Rinse with Cold Water: Hold the stained area under cold, running water from the faucet. The cold water will help dilute and loosen the stain.

Blot, Don't Rub: Gently blot the stain with a clean cloth or paper towel. Avoid rubbing the stain, as this can push it deeper into the fabric.

Rinse Again: Rinse the garment with cold water once more to remove the stain.

Check the Stain: After rinsing, check to see if the stain has disappeared. 

Wash as Usual: Finally, launder your compression garment as you typically would, following the care instructions provided. Use cold water and a gentle detergent.

Air Dry: Avoid using a dryer, as heat can set stains. Instead, lay the garment flat to air dry.


By following these steps, you can effectively remove a stain from your compression garment without the need for solvents or soaking. Remember that patience and gentle handling are key to preserving the integrity of the fabric.




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