Rinse your kini in cold water after each wear to remove any salt water, chlorine, or sand. This will help minimize any residue build up that could harm the fabric.
Hand wash your kini in cold water using an eco-friendly mild detergent. Avoid using harsh chemicals, bleach, or fabric softeners.
Lay flat or hang to dry in shade - never twist or wring out your kini, this may cause damage to the fabric.
Be mindful when using tanning oils or sunscreens that can stain or damage your kini. As well as try to avoid coming in contact with rough surfaces that can snag or tear the fabric.
Repair or recycle your kini - by repairing minor flaws, participating in clothing swaps, reselling gently used items, or donating you extend the lifecycle of your kini.
By taking care of your Hanakini it can be worn & loved for years to come while reducing your environmental impact & creating a more eco-friendly lifestyle.
Designed in Hawai'i
Luxury Recycled Fabric
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Find your fit and style with this classic multi-way triangle top in 10+ ways! The Oahu multi-way top is built for those poolside tanning days at home, the beach, or the resort. Seamless hems and thick straps offer comfortable support all around with adjustable bust coverage.
STYLE TIP: Can be worn 10+ ways, find us on social to see all the tutorials!
Material: Exclusive Italian Recycled Lycra in fine ribbed detail