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  1. Which is the method for the helmet cleaning ?
  2. And for the racing suite ?
  3. And for the underwear ?
  4. And for the gloves ?
  5. And for the boots ?

  1. Which is the method for the helmet cleaning ?
    1. Shells:Use auto polish or glass cleaners with a soft cloth.Do not use any solvent as it will harm the finishing and the composite.2. Visors:Blue,silver, red and gold visors must be only washed with clear water.The other visors can be cleaned with glass cleaner and soft cloth.Never use any solvent or auto polish to clean your visor.When you fit new visors, put some lubricant without solvant on the joints and pivot kits.3. Inner paddings:Can be washed in soapy water at 30C.If a piece gets unglued, use neoprene contact cement.If a rubber joint is unglued, it can be refitted with cyanoacrylat glue.

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  2. And for the racing suite ?
    The suits single color, or dark, is suitable a gentle wash with a mild detergent (usually indicated on tag sewn on the suit within the hinge). They can be 40C machine washed, do not use bleach.150C ironing, dry cleaning P, according to usual process. Dry cleaning P (any solvent except trichlorethylene), industrial cleaning forbiden. In white colors, if combined with dark colors such as red, blue and black, is recommended to the dry cleaning in order to avoid dispersion even if slight of the color. Note that the fabric Nomex III, especially the white particularly delicate, will be considered photosensitive then in the event of exposure to sunlight, over time, the very fabric can submit an alteration of the original brilliance. Classic drying, with a moderated temperature.Keep the clothes in its original packing, away from light and heat. Do not expose the suits to UV (sun or moon). Do not forget to keep the velcros (collar and belt) done up while washing. Any repair of tears, burns or application of extra badges requires the return of the suit to producer. Warranty and certification is void otherwise.Be Careful, certain detergent damage the suits zip. The manufacturers are not deemed responsibles for damage suffered for a misuse or improper maintenance of heads.

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  3. And for the underwear ?
    Underwear and balaclavas can not be dry-cleaning but machine-washed with no detergent or bleach, at up to 60C.Tears or repairs must be performed by Stand21 to void loss of certification and/or warranty.

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  4. And for the gloves ?
    Dry cleaning is prefered.Usual leather cleaning products can be used.

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  5. And for the boots ?
    To keep shoes in top condition, do not use them except while driving racing car.For light cleaning, use a nylon or brass brush for suede and eraser for nabuk.For more serious needs, use soapy water or leather stain remover. Wipe with a damp spongeUpon request, and depending on shoe overall condition.

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