Keep calm! Stay home to surf My Naughty Bikini! And discover how to take care of the swimsuit! – I have to say this at this time when almost the world must #stay #at #home to avoid the corona virus. So, how about our plan for the following trip with our beloved bikinis? Just keep your piece in the mind to learn how to take care of swimsuit. This is a good way to take advantage of your free time when preparing bikini for the comming summer!
Let look back the peak of corona season – which provide us lots of time to learn how to take care of swimsuit
As we all know that we should limit the time outside as much as possible because of the Covid-19 pandemic even this situation is a little bit behind its peak. Thus, a ton of activities is delayed, canceled even banned. And, lots of activities can not be normal as 2019. The reasons are that: going out may increase the chance you get infected with the COVID-19 virus; the virus may spread quickly and crazily out if lots of people pour out in the high time as summer season or holiday events.
We should not go to the pool or beach because the COVID-19 can survive long time in the water
Until now, people seem to know too little about this virus. So, we should be more careful than before! Don’t you agree? Since the scientists have no answer to this hard situation, I think that the more we stay at home, the safer we are.
And the bad news is that the COVID-19 can survive in water. Shock? (from The Water Research Foundation research results). This organization also states that if you accidentally drink the pool water then you get a chance to be infected. This also means that you can be infected with the corona when swimming in the lake or river. Practically though, the virus would likely be very diluted.
However, there have no researchers about the appearance of the covid-19 in saltwater.
And you know saltwater and the freshwater are so different. Also, at most ocean beaches, tides keep the water moving. So, in theory, if someone were to sneeze up some virus droplets into the waves, the tide might sweep them away from the beach fairly quickly. But, we do not sure that we are got infected due to a huge number of people.
Some tips to learn how to take care of swimsuit if you can not go to the beach during the corona time
It is hard to find a beloved swimwear, but it is more difficult to take of swimsuits. Don’t you agree? So, how to keep your bikinis stay longer? It’s is not the right way of you just leave it into to the rest of your laundry. But, compounding the problem, chlorine, salt, sun, and sand are all extra-hard on the fabric, so you can’t skimp on washing it, either. Below are some steps to help your bikini stay longer!
1. Clean it first
When you’ve just gotten out of the water and changed back into real clothes, doing laundry is probably the last thing on your mind. Just make sure to give your swimsuit a quick rinse in cold water as soon as you take it off (you can even do this while you shower post-swim). If you have time to allow the suit to soak in cool water for 30 minutes, that’s even better for the fabric.
2. Handwash Infrequently
Let’s do a gentle hand wash in freshwater: a washing machine can make the delicate fabric fall apart. Use a detergent designed for delicates. If you are in a pinch, you can use just a dab of shampoo to wash your suit but skip any combination products that contain hair conditioners.
Let the swimsuit soak with a bit of detergent, swish it around gently, then rinse the detergent out thoroughly. Dry your swimsuit by rolling it up in a clean towel and pressing the water out. Avoid wringing or squeezing the fabric, which can make it lose its shape.
3. Machine Wash as the last resort
It is important to consider fabrics when buying swimsuits, especially if you are someone who prefers to machine wash. Look for longer-lasting materials, like polyesters and nylons, when possible.
If your swimsuit is too dirty or stained for handwashing, and you don’t want to get rid of it, you can machine wash it as a last-ditch effort.
Whether at a pool, beach, lake or park, putting on a swimsuit can be a highlight of the summer, but don’t let the laundry aspect scare you. There’s no reason to stress about how to wash your swimsuit after a day in the sun.