Uniforms are NOT to be worn to school, around town, etc...
Socks are part of your uniform and should we worn to every game.
Riddell Uniform Wash & Care Instructions
FOR BEST RESULTS - SET THE COLORS BY WASHING UNIFORMS IN COLD WATER BEFORE THEY ARE WORN.
BE SURE TO LAUNDER IMMEDIATELY AFTER THEY HAVE BEEN WORN.
Allowing perspiration soaked uniforms to lay in a pile or to rest on top of each other while folded generally increases the risk of color migration &/or permanent staining. Garments that cannot be laundered immediately should be hung individually on plastic hangers.
REMOVE BELTS, PADS, ETC., IMMEDIATELY AFTER WEARING AND LAUNDER ALL SEPERATELY
For best results, use a mild powered detergent. Note that powder or liquid detergents with enzymes can damage colored fabrics.
Spot treat stains whenever possible. Avoid presoaking, but if it is required, use luke-warm water and a non-enzyme release agent for a maximum of 30 minutes. Launder garments immediately after presoaking.
Set machine Water Level to the highest setting to ensure optimum rinsing.
BASIC WASHING INSTRUCTIONS - DRYING
If possible after laundering, uniforms should be hung to dry on rust proof plastic hangers. If machine drying is necessary, the dryer should be set on the lowest heat setting or on Air Dry.
If color migration was experienced during laundering, do not machine dry uniforms. Instead, hang on rust proof plastic hangers to dry and observe color migration during future launderings.
BASIC WASHING INSTRUCTIONS - OTHER CAUTIONS
DO NOT DRY CLEARN UNIFORMS. Dry Cleaning can discolor uniforms and/or remove printing.
DO NOT IRON OR PRESS UNIFORMS. Fabrics, trims and printing are heat sensitive.
ENSURE UNIFORMS ARE COMPLETELY DRY PRIOR TO STORING. Moist uniforms may mildew during storage. Once completely dry, store uniforms in a cool dry place away from light.