The scuba fabric wetsuit not only keeps you warm but also protects the diver from reefs or harmful flora and fauna. Under normal circumstances, when the water temperature is higher than 20 degrees, you can not wear a wetsuit; when the water temperature is below 20 degrees, you need to use a dry wetsuit.
The scuba fabric wetsuit consists of closed microporous rubber and two layers of synthetic fibers. Thicknesses range from 1mm to 6mm. Available in a variety of colors to suit different regions, latitudes, and seasons of water temperature.
When choosing a scuba fabric wetsuit, it is important to fit your wetsuit. Unsuitable clothing not only protects against the cold, but it also takes water while diving, which can affect your activity.
Recommendation: The diving depth should not exceed 60 meters. Underwater temperature and pressure can be affected. Even a good wetsuit should stay at that depth.
Maintenance of scuba fabric diving suit
1. After each dive, make sure to rinse with clean water as soon as possible. Can be used with wetsuit-specific cleaners.
2. After washing, please put it in a cool place and dry it on a special hanger. Avoid direct sunlight and contact with metal products;
3. After the scuba fabric wetsuit is completely dry inside and out, check carefully for wear, especially at each seam. If damaged, it should be repaired as soon as possible;
4. Do not fold when storing. Lay it flat or hang it in the shade.
It is important to note that the zipper of the dryer is made of metal or plastic. Metal zippers should be opened and plastic zippers should be closed during storage.