Aside from that, they also sell hats, caps, neck warmers, gloves, arm sleeves, finger guards, and more. They even have a range of products for our four-legged friends! In need of something to protect his head and neck on cross-country rides, he put together the first Buff headwear product. Since then, the company has partnered with many manufacturers to produce a wide range of tubular headwear. Headquartered in Spain, Buff operates a company-owned factory that is just downstairs.
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Aside from that, they also sell hats, caps, neck warmers, gloves, arm sleeves, finger guards, and more. They even have a range of products for our four-legged friends! In need of something to protect his head and neck on cross-country rides, he put together the first Buff headwear product.
Since then, the company has partnered with many manufacturers to produce a wide range of tubular headwear. Headquartered in Spain, Buff operates a company-owned factory that is just downstairs.
Today, they operate in many countries around the world including the U. Did we also mention that it can be worn in 12 different ways? You can check out their page here for ideas. Considering all that can happen, it only makes sense to wash it regularly. If anything it can easily cause skin irritation! But how should these products be washed?
Can you just throw them into the washing machine? At the end of the day, the type of material dictates how you should do things in the laundry room. Moisture-wicking and breathable, it is well suited for athletic clothing. With that said, it tends to be flammable. For this reason, it is not used in certain items such as those required for front-line combat and firefighting. Polygiene Polygiene is unique in that it is capable of preventing the growth of odor-causing bacteria.
Not just that, but fungi as well! How does it do that? It contains low levels of silver salt, which is known for its antimicrobial properties. Repreve Repreve is a type of microfiber that is made from recycled plastic bottles. Made by Unifi, it offers the perfect amount of breathability for temperature regulation. In addition to being soft, it is both water and stain-resistant. It also cleans easily and dries quickly! Buff uses this material for their UV protective collection.
As a matter of fact, it is recommended by The Skin Cancer Foundation. Polartec Polartec is the original fleece material. Soft and fast-drying, this fabric delivers warmth without weight or bulk.
Nowadays, there are types of fabrics under the brand—each of which is designed for different activities and weather conditions.
Gore Windstoper Gore Windstopper is designed to protect you from water and wind. Highly breathable, the protective membrane contains billions of pores to let your sweat vapour escape. Merino Wool Merino wool is extremely fine—much more so than traditional wool fibers. This makes it feel luxuriously soft on your skin. On top of that, it is thermoregulating, wrinkle resistant, and odor resistant.
Washing Instructions for Buff Multifunctional Headwear The best way to wash their multifunctional headwear is to do so by hand. Washing Buff UV Protective Headwear by Hand Given how compact their items are, you can easily fit them in the sink or in a small bucket. Swirl and agitate it with your hand until you see soap suds. Submerge your headwear into the liquid once they become visible.
Press down lightly to ensure that every part is in the detergent-water. Cleaning the headwear will be a lot easier if you pretreat it first. What you want to do is to let it sit in the solution for 15 to 30 minutes. Massage the fabric gently between your fingers; you might also want to swirl it in the water a few times. Drain away the dirty water and add fresh water from the faucet.
Use it to rinse the detergent off of the headwear. Continue until all of the soap suds are gone. Do not iron or use bleach on the products. However, they can also be put in the washing machine from time to time. For begin, you want to put them in their own laundry bag—this will prevent them from rubbing against and getting damaged by your other clothes. As an added bonus, it will also protect the fibers from being tossed and thrown in the machine.
Note: You can wash Buff headwear with other clothes, preferably those that are also made from synthetic materials. As always, however, you want to be careful not to mix opposite colors. For example, you do not want to wash your black headwear with white tops—the black dye can easily transfer onto the light-colored garment. Wash on a delicate setting with cold water.
Avoid hot water whenever possible as the heat can cause the fabric to shrink or deteriorate. Pro-tip: White vinegar is a superb alternative to fabric softener. Grab a book and wait for the cycle to finish. Take the headwear out as well as the rest of your laundry as soon as it is done. As mentioned earlier, you want to lay them flat to dry.
However, you can also use a clothesline or a drying rack. Never put them in the dryer if you want them to last. The warm air inside the machine will quickly deteriorate the fibers. Learn how to wash them properly below!
Yes, they are. Just like their headwear, their hats and caps are made from synthetic materials such as polyester. Chances are, the liner will be the direst part of the cap or hat. Spray it onto the problem areas to break down the grime. Make sure that you load it with similarly-colored clothing, otherwise, dyes can transfer onto lighter items.
You might want to place the hat in a laundry bag—that will protect it from getting damaged. Do not use hot water for your hat or cap as that can damage the fabric.
Do not use bleach. Take your hat or cap out once the wash cycle is done. Place it on some sort of item such as a can or a jar—this will allow it to keep its shape while it dries. Do not put your hat or cap into the dryer. Immerse your hat or cap in the water once you see suds. Make sure that all of the fabric is submerged is in the mixture.
Allow it to soak for 15 to 30 minutes. The soaking process would have gotten rid of most of the gunk. The next step is to get rid of the detergent. Put your hat or cap under the faucet and rinse it clean with tap water. Repeat until the water no longer has suds. Transfer it onto a clean surface. You can pat it down with a towel to get rid of some of the wetness.
Put the hat or cap on an object and allow it to air dry. It is specifically designed for synthetic materials, such as those used in their headwear. How it works is that it contains three types of plant-based enzymes that go deep into the fibers to break down oils, sweat, bacteria, and dirt. In doing so, your items will come out of wash clean and smelling fresh! Did we also mention that the formula is hypoallergenic? What are you waiting for? Try it today!
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They are also great for all seasons. If you have seasonal allergies these can be helpful during allergy season. If you are an outdoor type, these are awesome for hiking and other prolonged outdoor activities to help prevent sunburn. The most obvious season for these is Winter. This will come together very quickly.
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