How to wash kigurumi onesie?

1. Washing your kigurumi for the very first time requires some extra gentle care. Use the most delicate cycle on your washing machine and opt for cold water. This helps prevent any color bleeding or dye transfer that could ruin the vibrant hues. A mild detergent is key – avoid anything too harsh that may damage the plush fleece fabric or intricate facial detailing. This cautious approach preserves maximum fluffiness fresh from the store.


2. Spot Clean if Necessary: If there are only a few small spots or stains on the onesie, you might be able to spot clean them with a gentle detergent and a soft cloth.


3. Zip Up: If your kigurumi has zippers, be sure to zip them up before washing to prevent them from snagging other items or the fabric of the onesie itself.


4. Avoid Overcrowding: Don't overcrowd the washing machine. Washing too many items at once can prevent proper cleaning and may cause wrinkles or damage to the fabric.


5. Air Dry: After washing, air dry the onesie by hanging it on a clothesline or laying it flat on a clean, dry towel. Avoid tumble drying, as the heat can damage the fabric and cause shrinkage.