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Storage and repair conditions for flame-resistant protective garments

Do not leave garments exposed to sunlight. Prolonged exposure of the fabric to sunlight or artificial light can reduce its resistance. Store protective clothing in the dark or cover it with dark fabric.

Do not store near sources of contamination.


Repairs or alterations to protective clothing must be carried out using fire-resistant materials (fabrics, threads, zippers, fasteners, Velcro, or buttons) of the same quality and performance level as the clothing.


Protective clothing may experience discoloration due to prolonged exposure to ultraviolet rays. The extent of discoloration may vary depending on the chosen color for the activity. Clothing should be stored to protect it from unnecessary exposure to ultraviolet rays.

If you have any questions or would like to further expand on this information, you can consult with our advisors to assist with the selection of professional flame-resistant clothing, design, manufacturing, and all the conditions to maintain your Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).