As long as the PVC clothing isn't soiled many people will
just freshen the polyester inside up with a product similar to 'Febreeze'
and wipe the PVC outside with a damp sponge.
However, if you feel the need for a more thorough clean you can
hand wash your PVC clothes in lukewarm water with a very small amount
of liquid detergent (flakes can stick to the PVC), making sure you
wash inside & outside of the PVC clothing. Rinse inside &
out thoroughly in cool water until all soap has been removed. Turn
the PVC clothes inside out and hang to drip-dry. When the polyurethane
inside is dry, turn it right way round & allow PVC outside to
dry. Never put it in the dryer or use heat to speed up the drying
process as heat can melt the PVC and the fumes from burning or smoking
PVC are dangerous.
Be careful not to get any organic solvents near your PVC clothing
or it will certainly mean the end for your brand new outfit as the
shape of your PVC clothes will be distorted with acetone. Then there
is the obvious point about not drawing on your PVC with a permanent
maker or getting nail polish (or remover) on your PVC dress.
Different coloured PVC garments, especially white, should be stored
separately from each other, otherwise staining may occur. PVC clothing
is best stored hanging in a garment bag away from other clothing.
The fabric used for our PVC clothes range is polyurethane-coated
polyester. This PVC fabric is more resistant to wear and tear than
rubber, and PVC clothing does not require the use of any shining
products. However you can polish your PVC clothing if desired with
silicone spray or a product similar to armor-all or flash dash,
which are available from car accessory shops.