1. What is Suit Saver?
Suit Saver is a concentrated cleaning substance specifically formulated to neutralise chlorine from swimwear. Suit Saver is guaranteed to remove 99.9% of the residual chlorine and the chlorine odour from your swimwear. It will ensure your bathers are odour free, kept bright and the life of your swimwear is extended.
2. Why do people use chlorine and is chlorine used everywhere?
Chlorine kills the germs, viruses and bacteria in water. Chlorine is the most widely used chemical to purify water in swimming pools, spas and hot tubs.
3. How does chlorine affect your bathers?
Chlorine breaks the bonds of the elastic fabric that swimwear is manufactured from and in effect weakens the elastic fabric causing deterioration and colour fading.
4. How does Suit Saver work?
Suit Saver is an anti-oxidant that binds the chlorine and bromine content in the swimwear so that the fabric bonds stay in tact, thus retaining elasticity and colour brightness.
5. On the tag of my bathers it states not to use detergents on my swimwear - is Suit Saver a detergent?
Suit Saver is not a detergent but a concentrated cleaning substance. It is water based and contains no detergents, no nitrates, no phosphates, no perfumes and no dyes.
6. How long has Suit Saver been established?
Suit Saver has been saving time and saving swimsuits for over 17 years.
7. Does one squirt of Suit Saver do large or multiple bathers?
Suit Saver will remove chlorine from one to two small sized bathers with one squirt but will require two squirts for larger bathers.
8. Does Suit Saver have an expiry date?
Once opened Suit Saver will last 2 years if closed after each use.
Un-opened Suit Saver will last approximately 4 - 5 years.
9. What size bottle does Suit Saver come in?
Suit Saver comes in a convenient 65ml plastic bottle. Suit Saver is less than 10 cm long and less than 3 cm wide thus small enough to fit into a bum bag
10. How many washes does Suit Saver last?
Each bottle lasts approximately 50 washes.
11. Does Suit Saver need hot or warm water to work?
Suit Saver is used in a sink full of cold water, no warm or hot water is necessary.
12. How long do I need to leave Suit Saver in the water before all chlorine is removed?
Suit Saver binds up all the chlorine in seconds - no soaking necessary - simply submerge completely, agitate the water, then drain and rinse. Suit Saver saves you time and saves your swimwear.
13. Can I use Suit Saver on other products other than my bathers like board shorts and rash tops?
Suit Saver can be used on board shorts and rash tops to remove the chlorine and smell from your garments. Suit Saver has been rigorously tested on numerous fabrics. To date the only fabric that Suit Saver cannot be used on is Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) which is not used in swimwear.
14. Can I use Suit Saver on chlorine resistant swimwear and what effect will it have?
Absolutely. Suit Saver will remove the odour from your chlorine resistant swimwear and ensure that your chlorine resistant swimsuits last even longer.
15. What effect will Suit Saver have if I swim in a salt water pool?
A saltwater pool is not actually chlorine-free - it simply utilises a chlorine generator instead of direct addition of chlorine. Therefore your swimwear will still have chlorine remnants prevalent, however no odour.
Suit Saver will therefore have the same effect that it has on swimwear used in chlorinated pools. It will remove 99.9% of the residual chlorine from your swimwear ensuring your swimwear lasts longer and your colours are kept bright.