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How To Take Care of Your Gi.

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How To Take Care of Your Gi.

How To Take Care of Your Gi. 

1. WASH IN COLD WATER . Line/hang dry, this will maximize the life of your BJJ Giand minimize shrinkage. In case you need to use the dryer, use no heat or the lowest heat setting. The dryer will reduce the longevity of your Gi by weakening the fibers and collar.

2. DO NOT USE BLEACH. Bleach will ruin your BJJ Gi. If you get blood or a stain of some sorts immediately run under cold water and scrub the effected area. 

3. DO NOT DRY YOUR GI UNDER THE SUN. It will dry out the fibers and reduce the durability of the BJJ Gi. Hanging dry under the sun without washing is even worse, you can say goodbye to the BJJ gi, the formula (sweat + sun) will terminate the fabric. 


Vinegar whitens, freshens  and softens fabrics. It is also a good way to get rid of smells caused by normal bacteria. Add 1 cup along with your regular laundry detergent.  DON’T WORRY ABOUT THE VINEGARY SMELL!  It dissipates after it evaporates and the fabric is dry.  It can also be used with stains; spray a stained spot with 100% undiluted white vinegar before washing.  It facilitates removing stains from white gi.
Another awesome tool to whiten, freshen and soften your fabrics.  Add 1/2 cup along with the other stuff.  For a stain mix water and baking soda to make a paste and apply directly to the stain.  This helps deodorize like a mofo.  It facilitates removing stains from white gi.

•Who Trains Everyday need to have at least 2 Gis . 
•Wash your Gi every time you finish Training, never keep it sweaty for so long. 
•Wash your gi by itself. Do not include it with your regular clothes
• It is very unpleasant to train with a person with dirty Gi. 
• Dirt GI can transmit various skin and health diseases. 

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