Bleaching your judo kimono

Here are the steps for whitening a judo kimono:

  1. Prepare a solution of mild detergent ( e.g. baking soda) and lukewarm water. Avoid using detergents containing bleaching agents, as they can damage kimono fibers.
  2. Immerse the kimono in the detergent solution and gently rub the stains.
  3. Rinse the kimono with clean water to remove any detergent residue.
  4. Lay the kimono out on a clean towel and let it air-dry in the shade. Avoid drying in direct sunlight, as this can discolor the fabric.
  5. Once dry, iron the kimono at low temperature to remove wrinkles.

It’s important to note that frequent bleaching of kimono can damage the fibers and discolor the fabric, so it’s best to wash only when necessary. We also recommend consulting the washing instructions on the kimono label before cleaning. Not sure how to wash your judo kimono effectively? Discover our article on how to wash your judo kimono.

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