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How to Clean Your Gear

No matter how careful you are are with your gear, you still may need to give it a wash to keep it in good condition. Follow these tips from Sea to Summit.

  • Most dirt can be removed from dry sacks and stuff sacks by simply hosing them out. If you have more persistent stains, wash the dry sacks / stuff sacks / compression sacks by hand with a tech-wash, rinse them thoroughly and allow to air-dry.
  • Liners can be washed in the washing machine, however, you should avoid fabric softeners in the wash cycle. Air-dry before packing the liner away.
  • MicroFiber towels can be washed in a washing machine, but they should be washed separately for the first few cycles to avoid color bleeding onto other items. Avoid fabric softeners in the wash cycle. Air-dry before packing the towel away - There's no need to use an electric dryer but if you do, avoid using dryer 'sheets'.
  • X-Plates / Bowls / Mugs / Cups and Delta Plates / Bowls / Mugs / Cutlery can be washed in a dishwasher.
  • Alpha Set Cutlery / Alpha Light Cutlery should not be washed in a dishwasher.
  • If your gear becomes stained with organic material (including food and body oils / sweat) it is worth neutralizing the odor with an enzyme wash to prevent the gear from becoming attractive to small critters who may eat holes in it.

The Sea to Summit Liner Range

Sea to Summit is the industry leader in sleeping bag liners that can keep you comfortable whether you're traveling hostel to hostel or leading a mountaineering expedition. Learn more about what liner is right for you in the video from Sea to Summit.