To take care of your The North Face jacket you must take into account the material with which it was made and follow the cleaning instructions clearly written on the label inside it.
Whether you own a Triclimate 3 in 1 or a Deptford down jacket , you will find specific washing recommendations for each model and it will be important that you follow them if you want to make sure that your jacket is always on top during your adventures.
How to take care of a The North Face jacket
As already mentioned, all The North Face jackets have specific washing instructions shown on the label that is inside them, to whose details you will always have to pay attention. There is no equal formula for all types of jackets since the washing methods related to the models of each collection differ according to the material they are made of.
However, in addition to washing following the specific instructions contained on the label, there are other small precautions to be taken if you want to preserve the integrity of your jacket, which generally are good for all The North Face jackets. Treating an item of clothing well while wearing it is something anyone can do, regardless of the material it was made of. For example, avoiding thorny branches when walking in a forest, cleaning and / or brushing mud stains once back home, and hanging your jacket to prevent creases are all precautions that will allow you to do it. last longer and keep its original appearance intact.
How to wash a The North Face jacket
The material a jacket is made of determines how it should be cleaned and washed. Some models can be machine washed using a cold water cycle, while other types need to be professionally hand washed or dry cleaned.
How to wash a waterproof jacket
Whether the outer coating of your The North Face jacket is made with FutureLight or DryVent fabric , as in the case of the Sangro jacket , the cleaning instructions are often the same and regularly washing a waterproof jacket really helps to preserve its DWR (durable water repellent).
Our FutureLight jackets can be washed in the washing machine, and we recommend closing all zippers and Velcro closures before washing, including those on the sleeves that you can forget about. We recommend using a mild powder detergent, rather than a liquid one, and washing with a gentle cycle in cold water. To make sure there are no traces of detergent left, we suggest you repeat the rinse cycle a second time before hanging up your jacket and allowing it to dry naturally.