The simple care instructions are as follows for all of our liners: machine wash in cold to warm water. No special soaps are necessary.
Be sure to avoid fabric softeners, as these will compromise the wicking ability of the liner.
(If you have a Coolmax Liner treated with Insect Shield (this is a product only available in the US), it can be laundered up to 40 times without washing out the Insect Shield treatment)
Air drying is preferable for all liners, both those made of natural fibers and those made of polyester (Thermolite or Coolmax).
Silk may be damaged by the heat of a dryer (laundromat dryer thermostats are notoriously unreliable) - we would therefore recommend only air-drying for silk liners.
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