Winter Sport Outerwear Care


WWTL_2015 Winter Sport Outerwear Care INTRO


Suiting up for winter sports means that you’re covered from head to toe in MULTIPLE layers! Whether you’re an expert skier taking on black diamonds, a novice snowboarder falling down one too many times, or simply a fan of frolicking through a fresh snowfall, you’ll most certainly be sporting fundamental outerwear pieces. From a heavy duty jacket and snow pants to gloves, we have just the tips to help keep your outwear clean and looking cool. Did we mention that you can care for all of your winter sport outerwear using the same steps?!


What You’ll Need

Sport Detergent, Sport Spray, Stain Solution, Stain Brush, Mesh Bag


How To Clean


Apply Stain Solution directly to stains and/or stain prone areas. Such areas include: cuffs, hemlines, and palm patches for gloves. Work in the solution with a Stain Brush or finger.
WWTL_2015 Winter Sport Outerwear Care PRETREAT

Did you know?

It’s safe to treat leather palm patches on gloves. They’re crafted to withstand the harshest of elements after all!


WWTL_2015 Winter Sport Outerwear Care PREPARE


Prepare to wash:

Turn items inside out and insert into a Mesh Bag to protect zippers and hardware during the wash cycle.

Machine wash:

Select the delicate cycle. Make sure that the water temperature is cold and the spin is medium to low. Add the appropriate amount of Sport Detergent according to the machine and load size.

It’s safe to wash outerwear of like-colors together!


Lay the items flat in their natural shape on a drying rack. When drying, avoid direct sunlight and heat sources such as the radiator.


WWTL_2015 Winter Sport Outerwear Care DRY


Keep items fresh between wearing and washing with Sport Spray. It’s perfect for removing odor after a long day on the slopes! You can steam to freshen as well.


This is a sponsored post from The Laundress.  

About Sandy Sandmeyer

Lover of Jesus, Scott, my family, sea glass, eyeshadow, pretty toes, the stars & autumn. Theology school student. Doctor of Sacred Studies.

2 thoughts on “Winter Sport Outerwear Care

  1. My son has been skiing for many years and I have been washing and caring for all his gear. I never heard of the Sport Spray, definitely going to check it out. His things can get pretty musty hanging in a damp locker. 🙂

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