Caring for your pair of CORAIL


FOR MARSEILLE 21
FOR ALL STAINS:
- Mix as much dish soap as baking soda in the glass. Here you are with a kind of cleaning paste.
- Take some and rub the dirty area with the damp toothbrush (always in a circular motion).
- You can use this product both for canvas only for the reinforcements or the sole.

The Marseille 21 cannot be machine washed!

FOR THE MARSEILLE 20
FOR SMALL STAINS: - Mix as much dish soap as baking soda in the glass. Here you are with a kind of cleaning paste.
- Take some and rub the dirty area with the damp toothbrush (always in a circular motion).
- You can use this product at a time to the canvas only for the reinforcements or the sole.

WHEN THE BASKETBALL IS WELL SOILED:
If you want to clean your Corail, you can wash them in the washing machine, but be careful, it must respect the following protocol :)

1. PREPARATION
- remove the insoles of your trainers
- remove the laces from your trainers
- Very important, wrap your Corail in a large bath towel or a towel. You can if you wish coat this with a washing net. You can also add other thick clothes like jeans. If you don't, your sneakers are going to bang and hit your drum, which could break your washing machine's blades.

2. WASHING
- Start a wash at a maximum of 30°C (a higher temperature will damage your Coral)
- Select a program dedicated to washing sneakers, if you don't have one, select synthetic or delicate
- For spinning, either you don't program any, or you set it to a maximum of 800 revolutions per minute (especially not above)

3. DRYING
- Prefer natural drying at room temperature indoors (especially not outdoors)
- Hang up your tennis shoes or place them upright to optimize drying
- The place must be dry, ventilated, and especially sheltered from the sun. Like vampires, textiles are afraid of the sun's rays

And now, if you have followed these steps correctly, your Corals will be all clean :)