1.RINSING OUR JACKET

1. In first place we will inflate the jacket to a little more than the half, using the corrugated hose and the air of our lungs (to avoid having a bottle with a regulator to the side). With this we will give some rigidity to the jacket. Taking advantage of its "stability" we will put it in vertical position and we will unscrew the  quick exhaust valve of the shoulder, allowing that the excess air comes out but maintaining with one hand the vertical position of the vest.

 

2. With a hosepipe we will put water (without too much pressure) inside the jacket. The more water we put in the better, but we must consider that if the capacity of our jacket is from 10 to 20 liters and we fill it, it will be difficult, and even dangerous for our back, perform cleaning. The important thing is that we can move it comfortably.

3. Once with the water inside, we close the valve again and inflate the vest through the corrugated hose as much as we can, move the jacket vigorously, making the water inside reach all corners, more or less for 1 minute.

3. Once with the water inside, we close the valve again and inflate the vest through the corrugated hose as much as we can, move the jacket vigorously, making the water inside reach all corners, more or less for 1 minute.

 

4. To empty the water, we will make it go out through all the valves of our vest (two in the corrugated hose, one in the shoulder opposite the corrugated hose and probably one fourth on one side of the lower part of the back, usually the right side). In case it was very dirty (you will know by the smell of the interior) repeat the operation.

 

Another part that needs to care is the connection of the hose to the corrugated hose and the push-buttons for inflation and emptying, because in this area there may be traces of lime or salt that prevent its correct operation, even, if the equipment is left on the beach, some sand grains. We have to wash with abundant water and let it dry with the valve inverted (we can attach it with a piece of rope to the shoulder strap).

 

To finish we will let it dry in a ventilated place and away from the direct action of the sun, if possible with an unscrewed valve.

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