Sunscreen can stain, but fear not

Rudolph Care deler tips til at undgå pletter fra solcreme - både forebyggende og hvis uheldet allerede er ude

How can I try to avoid stains? 
Unfortunately, sunscreen can leave stains. Most often the stains appear on clothes and other textiles, but in principle sunscreen can leave a stain, wherever you place your hands after applying it. Therefore, our first simple tip is to wash your hands after applying sunscreen. Another tip to minimize the risk of stains is to let the sunscreen dry completely into your skin, before you put on any clothes. It’s the sun filter in the sunscreen, which protects us from UVA and UVB rays, that in some cases may stain clothes and other textiles, and in order to avoid that you should air-dry completely after applying it. One last tip is to consider your clothing and your choice of towels – maybe let the most delicate clothing, the silky-white dress, and the white towels stay at home. 

Solcreme kan give pletter og derfor guider Rudolph Care til at undgå dem og giver en sos-løsning til hvis uheldet er ude

Oh! I got a stain – what do I do?
If the worst comes to the worst, we recommend the following: 

1. Apply a good amount of liquid detergent for dyed fabrics directly on the stain and allow it to stand overnight – potentially in a closed plastic bag. This will make the textile fibers lift and expand, making the stain easier to remove

2. Wash the item according to the instructions on the label.

3. Repeat the process 2-3 times if necessary

IMPORTANT: Do NOT use detergent with optical brighteners, bleach or stain remover with OXI effect - it may worsen the stain and make it more difficult to remove.

Solcreme kan desværre give pletter, og ikke kun på tøj og tekstiler - derfor er det vigtigt, at man tager sine forholdsregler. Rudolph Care guider til at undgå pletterne, samt en sos-guide til hvis uheldet er ude

 

 

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