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Care Advice & Top Tips

If you would like to discuss any aspect of your bag please don't hesitate to contact us either by email or phone - we appreciate when something needs fixing it usually needs fixing fast!

Bivy Bags

  • Machine or hand wash on Cool setting with half measure of non-biological detergent
  • Tumble dry on Cool setting or drip dry
  • Do not use fabric conditioner or bleach. Do not iron
  • Close zips fully to prevent damage in machine

Pile Inner Bags

  • Machine or hand wash at 40.C with normal measure of detergent
  • Spin dry to get as much water out as possible
  • Tumble dry on Cool setting or drip dry
  • Do not use fabric conditioner or bleach. Do not iron 
  • Close zips and join Velcro fully to prevent damage in machine

Pillowcases

  • Machine or hand wash at 40.C with normal measure of detergent
  • Can be spun dry and tumble dried on a cool setting

Stuffsacs

  • Machine or hand wash at 40.C with normal measure of detergent
  • Tumble dry on Cool setting or drip dry
  • Do not use fabric conditioner or bleach. Do not iron

Top Tips

  • When joining the inner bag to the outer, start matching the Velcro at the head end, next to the zips, as this will make a neater job and avoid any bunching and will produce a more uniform join
  • When rolling your bag, firstly, fold the top of the head flush, leaving no pile from the inner bags exposed, then roll from the bottom towards the head and secure with the strap. This will give the maximum protection, in-case someone in their foulies makes themselves comfortable on your bunk, or opens an overhead hatch!
  • Always fully dry your Ocean Sleepwear® bag before storing away for long periods of non-use. To get the longest life from you bag, it is much better to store it loosely folded – not crammed into its stuffsac
 
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