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3kini Product Details and Care Instructions

Looking After Your Swimwear 

3kini uses high quality stretch fabrics and recommends some guidelines customers should follow on how to care for your garment. Here you can find information about your garment and special care instructions to ensure your 3kini is maintained for years to come. 

Stretch Lace  

Composition - 94% Nylon, 6% Elastane 

Power Mesh  

Composition - 87% Nylon, 13% Elastane 

Advanced Recycled Vita Xtra Life Lycra  

Composition - 78% Recycled Polyester 22% Xtra Life Lycra 

Sublimation Base Polyester 3D 

Composition - 90% Polyester, 10% Lycra 

Power Mesh  

Composition - 87% Nylon, 13% Elastane 

Excluding Trims 

3kini Care Instructions 

  • Cold hand wash or gentle machine wash with wild detergent 

  • Do not soak 

  • Do not bleach 

  • Do not spin dry 

  • Do not iron 

  • Do not tumble dry 

  • Line dry out of direct sunlight 

  • Avoid any rough surfaces such as pool edges, dancefloors or rough ground in general 

  • Do not pack or store when wet 

  • Remove any excess water and dry without delay 

  • Separate light colours from dark before washing 

  • Avoid excess contact with suntan lotions and harsh chemicals sometimes found in saunas, spas and pools 

  • Avoid excess contact with harsh chemicals such as deodorants, make-ups and perfume 

  • White and pastel colours, and light weight garments may appear transparent when wet 

  • Although the best possible dyes are selected worldwide, the fastness of some shades must be treated with caution. Particular care should be taken with contrasting colours in the one garment.

Attachments (helpful tip)

3kini has hook and eye attachments on the inside of both the top and skirt. It is important that special care is taken when putting on and taking off the skirt to ensure the hook doesn't catch on the lace, as the lace could tear if the hook gets caught. 

When putting the skirt on, the top of the skirt can be folded over so the hooks are not exposed, therefore reducing the chance of the hooks getting caught on the bikini bottoms. This same process can be done in reverse when taking off the skirt.

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