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How to Clean Your Snapback

Alright all of you Jack & Winn Snapback Owners. We figured this blog post was long overdue. I mean, we do sell a product that is handled with the stickiest of hands. Not to mention slobbered on, tossed around in the dirt, used as a cheerio bowl, and fed the occasional spoonful of yogurt at breakfast. Trust us.. we know the kid life can be messy. So here's what to do when crisis hits. 

              

First and foremost...DO NOT MACHINE WASH YOUR JACK & WINN SNAPBACK.

Washing machines can be very damaging to your hat. They can bunch and snag the fabric, and can drastically alter the shape of the crown and brim. Instead, hand clean as gently as possible. You'll clean the hat and successfully avoid a threenager meltdown by saving your little one's favorite accessory. Follow these easy steps and your Jack & Winn Snapback will be playtime ready in a jiff.

What you'll need:  Warm water, mild laundry detergent or soap, a towel, and a toothbrush.

To spot clean your snapback:

Combine 1/4 cup of warm water with 1/4 tablespoon mild soap. Mix. Dip the toothbrush into the mixture and gently scrub the problem area in a circular motion. Wipe clean with a damp towel and allow to air dry. You'll be amazed at how effective this is.

To wash your snapback inside and out:

Combine 1/2 cup of warm water with 1/2 tablespoon mild soap. Mix. Dip a small towel into the mixture and gently scrub the inside and outside of your hat. When cleaned to your liking, wipe down the hat with a damp towel and allow to air dry. If the hat is extremely wet, it is best to place it on a head-shaped object, such as a ball, so that it doesn't lose its' shape while drying. 

And there you have it.. An easy peasy way to keep your Jack & Winn Snapback looking good as new! 

"Kid Life" T-shirt from www.thiskidclothing.com
Snapback  Elephant Wool-Blend Snapback 

 

 

 

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