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Rinse your swimsuit in cold water after use and allow it to dry naturally, away from direct heat and sunlight. Do not use soaps or detergents to clean your suit. Do not wrap your swimsuit in a towel as this retains chemicals and heat in close contact with the garment and may cause premature deterioration of swimwear. For regular use of swimwear we would advise customers to purchase from our MaxLife range as these are 100% chlorine resistant.
To preserve the life of your goggles and keep them in good condition we recommend you follow these rules:
Misting or fogging on the lens of a swimming goggle is caused by the difference in temperature between the cold water and the warm skin and eyeball of the swimmer. This temperature difference causes the water to condense on the inside of the goggle lens causing water droplets to form and restrict the visibility of the swimmer. The first step to achieving a fog free swim is to check your current goggles. In some cases where goggles are used on a very regular basis the goggles can out live the anti-fog coating. You can reactivate your anti-fog coating by using our Anti-Fog Solution Spray. If you’ve had your goggles for a long time and they have been well used it might be time to consider investing in a new pair if you are having fogging problems. At arena we use Swipe Anti-Fog technology, which is the most advance anti-fog protection ever.
Leave the goggles to air dry in a flat position and try to avoid rubbing the lenses or touching them, as this may start to remove the anti-fog coating. If you look after your goggles from day one you will be able to preserve the anti-fog coating for a lot longer. Ensure your goggles are fitted correctly to your face and adjusted accordingly; this will help to stop any leakages.
To help you make the right choice when purchasing new goggles all Arena goggles feature the anti-fog and anti-fog ultra logos. Always read your goggle instructions to ensure you’re taking the right precautions for the different types of anti-fog to preserve the coating – after all, they are a really important part of your kit!