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How to Care for your Deerhunter Clothing

There’s no better choice for durable outdoor clothing than Deerhunter. They’ve combined fashion and function to create high-quality pieces of clothing that keeps you warm and dry on any outdoor adventure, from hiking through to hunting.

Once you have these great pieces of clothing, you’ll want to look after and care for them properly to make sure they last and do what you expect - especially when you invest in such great products.

Our guide to caring for Deerhunter clothing will make sure your favourite pieces of clothing stand the test of time and won’t leave you cold or wet on your next outing.

Why Is Deerhunter Clothing Popular?

Deerhunter clothing makes any time spent outdoors better. Not only do you look great wearing their clothing, but you feel good, keep dry and stay warm thanks to the layering system they utilise.

Ensuring their clothes are breathable is a key part of their design. This offers flexibility in what you wear to account for any weather conditions or temperatures. With collections updated regularly, you can be prepared for whatever nature throws at you without having to miss out on whatever activity is planned.

You can rely on Deerhunter clothing for quality, warm and breathable clothing that can handle anything you’ll find in the great outdoors.

Looking After Your Deerhunter Clothing

To make sure your favourite pieces of Deerhunter clothing last, you should do your best to look after them. That means cleaning and maintenance regularly, but also knowing what to do after each use.

You might not have to wash Deerhunter clothing after every use, depending on the layer, the weather conditions and what you were doing. A stroll in the country, for example, won’t see you pushing through the wilderness like you might on a hunting trip.

Letting each item breathe can go a long way to keeping your clothes in good condition and ready for their next use, without having to wait for them to be washed and dried. Some stains can be cleaned without a full wash, too.

Wherever you store your clothes, make sure it's not a hot or humid environment. Good ventilation helps them breathe before and keeps them fresh for future uses.

Cleaning Your Deerhunter Clothing

When it is time to clean your Deerhunter clothing, there are a few things to keep in mind. Depending on how dirty they’ve become, if it all, you can do different things to prepare them for the next time you need or want to wear them.

Before doing anything, it’s important to know what you need to do at each stage.

Protecting the Membrane

Most Deerhunter products have technological detailing and have been made specifically for each type of hunt or activity. Some are designed to be as quiet as possible, making your own breath the only sound you can hear. Others have been made to be water repellent or heat retaining.

If your item includes a membrane, it is important not to add fabric conditioner to a wash. The membrane is designed to keep you dry whilst still allowing your skin to breathe and adding fabric conditioner will clog up the pores of the membrane, causing it to be less functionable.

Always make sure the membrane is dry before storing your item as the permeability will be jeopardised.

Washing Deerhunter Clothing

It is better to try and not wash your garment too often, as this can have a negative impact on the technologically advanced fabrics and cause the garment to lose its waterproof coating over time.

Before washing, close all the zippers and any buttons and turn your garment inside out. This ensures that they will not get caught on the drum and be scratched or even torn away.

Unless indicated otherwise, do not tumble dry. Lay flat in a well-ventilated area away from direct heat or sunlight.

Removing Stains

You can always remove small marks and stains with a damp cloth.

If you should get blood on your item, try to clean it off as quickly as possible. Blood spots should be removed with ice-cold water. Let the water run through the blood whilst gently rubbing with a soft cloth.

If the stain is proving to be more stubborn, use a handful of ordinary table salt and rub this into the persisting stain. Salt helps to dissolve blood. Do NOT use hot water as this will react with the blood.

Deerhunter clothing is a popular choice for many hunting and outdoor enthusiasts. If you’d like to know more about caring for your favourite Deerhunter clothing, get in touch with our team today.

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