Wader Care

How to Wash

*Hand wash only. Do not tumble dry.* 

There are many ways you can clean your waders. Below is an easy at home method:

  1. Fill your bathtub with warm or cold water. If your waders are soiled, we recommend using warm water. Add a liquid detergent such as 'Revivex Wetsuite/Dry suite Shampoo' from Gear Aid or 'Performance Wash' from Grangers.

  2. Scrub with a brush inside and outside of waders. Easiest to lay the waders flat in the bathtub.

  3. Rinse off waders and hang upside down.

  4. While the waders are still damp, apply a spray on Durable Water Repellent treatment. For best results, dry with a blow dryer on a medium setting waving about 6 to 8 inches above garment. NOTE: You can damage waders if you isolate high heat on one spot. We recommend either 'Revivex Water Repellent' from Gear Aid or 'Performance Repel' from Grangers.

  5. Dry waders completely by hanging upside down from boots. Do not store damp or wet, this will result in mildew and fabric deterioration.

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