Washing Instructions

Care for jerseys promptly. The sooner you pre-treat and launder the stained clothes, the better your results will be. Don’t allow mud or stains to set. Do not leave wet or dirty jerseys in football or gym bags, where smells and permanent stains can develop.
If a stain is not removed in washing:
1. Do not dry it. Dryer heat will set the stain.
2. Soak the stain in a pre-wash. In the case of severe staining it may be necessary to apply a stain remover directly to the affected area.
Then launder again.
3. Do not dry a garment until the stain is removed because dryer heat will set the stain.
Once stain is removed launder as per usual custom.


Pre-treat heavily soiled spots. Apply undiluted laundry detergent with a bleach alternative.
Pre-soak heavy stains. Soak stained items in a plastic bucket or laundry tub with the warmest water safe for the fabric and a good laundry detergent for one to three hours.
Sensitive stains should be rinsed in cold water, and then washed with a non-chlorine bleach product.
Pre-wash: Used for heavily soiled garments. Run through the pre-wash cycle with the recommended amount of detergent.
When wash cycle is complete, drain the pre-wash solution and launder in the hottest water recommended by the manufacturer.
Please check the washing instructions on the garment.



Where the garments have been printed, for example with a sponsors logo or number, please do not wash above 40 degrees and please wash inside out. Do not leave the item to stand in the machine and do not iron over the print.