Product Care and Cleaning

CrewBoss FR Clothing

To ensure that you get the maximum performance out of your CrewBoss garment, please follow these simple steps for garment care.

Washing Regardless of the type of fabric, any CrewBoss protective garment should be machine washed in warm but not hot water. This will help against damage to reflective trim and lettering.

Drying CrewBoss garments will perform at their best when dried in the tumble low setting. Although some fibers are less likely to shrink than others, this helps reduce the risk of potential shrinkage to the garment.

Special Care Instructions:
Do not use bleach
Do not use any fabric softeners
Keep out of prolonged exposure to direct sunlight
Dry cleaning is not recommended as the process may damage reflective trim

DragonWear™ FR Clothing:

Machine wash cold separately
Do not bleach
Hang dry or tumble dry low
Avoid use of fabric softeners
Do not iron or dry clean
Do not leave in direct sunlight

Packs and Duffles:

NOTE: Wash packs in a FRONT LOAD WASHING MACHINE ONLY

Washing Instructions:
Remove your personal belongings (obvious...but frequently overlooked)
Pull out the frame sheet and foam pad from pack
Clean off excessive dirt and foliage by hand
Connect all buckles and tighten straps
Wash in a front load machine only with warm water and a mild detergent
Tumble dry low or air dry For odor removal try turnout gear cleaner
If possible, store your pack in a cool, dry place

Hydration Reservoirs:

To clean your hydration bladder use hot water and mild soap, then rinse thoroughly with hot water.

For tough cleaning jobs, add 2 teaspoons of baking soda to a full reservoir of water and let soak overnight. Rinse thoroughly and air dry.

To sanitize, add 2 teaspoons of unscented household bleach to one a full reservoir of clean water and let soak overnight. Rinse thoroughly and air dry.

Store your hydration system in a cool dark place.

Prior to each use, fill reservoir, tighten cap, then squeeze to ensure that the cap is sealed properly.

When freezing, fill reservoir no more than 3/4 full.