How to Wash Rothys
Rothys are environmentally-friendly shoes constructed from recycled water bottles. They’re fashionable, functional, and come in dozens of patterns and colors. Like any pair of shoes, they come with specific washing instructions that wearers shouldn’t stray from. With the right guidance, washing your Rothys can be easier than ever.
Washing Your Rothys
Remove your insoles from the Rothys.These insoles are designed to be easily removable. Simply pull outwards from the inside of the heel, and the insole will slip right out.
- Underneath the insoles, you’ll also see machine washing tips that you can refer to if you forget any of the steps..
Place your soles and base flats in the washer.If you have other items in the washer with your Rothys, you may need slightly more detergent.This is because Rothys washing requires cold water, and liquid detergents aren’t able to perform as well with lower temperatures.
Use a mild detergent.Mild detergents are important because regular-liquid detergents contain chemical additives that can harm delicate fibers.
- If you want to be extra cautious and use the same detergent for every load, consider all-natural detergents that don’t contain any harmful chemicals.Popular eco-friendly washing brands include:
Put your washer on a delicate setting.This is also called the “Gentle” cycle on some washing machines. A delicate wash uses a slow spin cycle and lesser degree of agitation (the device that moves back and forth in the washing machine) to extract water from the laundry.
- Mild agitation protects clothes from damages.
- Delicate cycles strip away dirt and odor without the same deep cleaning as a normal wash.
Drying Your Rothys
Let your Rothys air dry overnight.Rothys’ unique knit material were designed to dry quickly.However, Rothys does recommend a full overnight drying session for optimal results. You can leave the shoes indoors or outdoors to dry.
Keep your insoles separate for drying.This way, the base of the shoe can dry quicker without any interference.
- Schedule your wash around drying time. Overall, at least eight hours of air drying is recommended (though they may dry much sooner, depending on the weather).
- During the week, it’s best to schedule overnight drying, so they’re ready in the morning.
- If you plan to wash for evening wear, throw them in the washer in the morning and let them sit out during until you’re ready to put them on again.
Do not put your Rothys in the dryer.This will cause them to shrink and lose shape.There are a few reasons this shrinkage occurs:
- Certain materials, like the recycled plastic bottles that Rothys are made of, begin to shrink and become deformed when heat is applied.
- Additional shrinkage is caused by the tumbling action, when the item hits the sides of the dryer as it rotates.
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