Washing instructions for Jovi products

Washing instructions for Jovi products, are your best ally for don't have to worry and to give free rein to the creative imagination.

  • Draw
  • Paint
  • Modeling
  • Face Paint

Painting

Sotywax Soft Wax Crayons

  • Wash by hand
  • Soak in water and liquid soap for around 4 hours
  • Then wash with liquid soap
  • Do not initially scrub
  • Warning! Washing incorrectly could set the stain into the fibres
  • Washing garments in the washing machine can leave ingrained traces that are much more difficult to remove
  • Never put a stained garment in the dryer because afterwards it could be impossible to remove the stain
  • Normal washing in the washing machine should not leave stains, but if you think the garment could be problematic, we suggest you wash it by hand

Jovicolor Wax Crayons ®, Jovicolor Triwax Wax Crayons®, Hexagonales Wax Crayons, Plasticolor ,
Lápiz-Hito, WOOD PENCILS, FEL PENS, Trigraph Graphite Pencils ®

  • Handwashing with bar soap is sufficient for getting rid of stains on clothing

Drawing

Finger Paint

  • Washing garments in the washing machine can leave stubborn paint stains which are much more difficult to remove
  • Never dry a paint-stained garment in the tumble dryer because it will be impossible to remove the stain afterwards
  • Washing on a normal cycle should not leave stains, but if you think the garment will not come out clean, wash it by hand.
  • Washing by hand: Soak in water for about four hours. Then, rinse the garment through with plenty of water at high pressure
  • Wash with liquid soap
  • Do not rub the garment when you start to wash it

Poster Paint

  • Washing garments in the washing machine can leave stubborn paint stains which are much more difficult to remove
  • Never dry a paint-stained garment in the tumble dryer because it will be impossible to remove the stain afterwards
  • Do not let it dry
  • Pretreat the stains quickly and repeat the procedure if the stain does not disappear completely
  • Do not rub the garment when you start to wash it
  • Rinse the garment through with plenty of water at high pressure. It is better to work from the back of the fabric, behind the stain
  • Wash with natural bar soap
  • On untreated dry stains: Soak the stain in a glass containing equal parts of whole milk, peroxide and liquid soap for more than six hours. Afterwards, wash with natural or liquid soap

Liquid poster paint

  • Washing garments in the washing machine can leave stubborn paint stains which are much more difficult to remove
  • Never dry a paint-stained garment in the tumble dryer because it will be impossible to remove the stain afterwards
  • Do not let it dry
  • Rinse the garment through with plenty of water at high pressure. It is better to work from the back of the fabric, behind the stain
  • Wash with liquid soap
  • If necessary, brush the stain with a little liquid soap
  • On dry stains: Soaking the stain in a mixture of equal parts of whole milk, peroxide and liquid soap for more than six hours makes it easier to wash the garment. Afterwards, rinse the garment through with plenty of water at high pressure. It is better to work from the back of the fabric, behind the stain. Squeeze the garment when you start to wash it but do not rub it.
  • Wash with soap
  • Finally, scrub the remaining traces of the stain with soap
  • Repeat the process if any traces of the stain remain

Jovidecor Multi-Use Paint

  • Incorrect washing may result in the stain becoming embedded in the fibres
  • Washing garments in the washing machine can leave stubborn paint stains which are much more difficult to remove
  • Never dry a paint-stained garment in the tumble dryer because it will be impossible to remove the stain afterwards
  • Do not let it dry
  • Rinse the garment through with plenty of water at high pressure. It is better to work from the back of the fabric, behind the stain.
  • Hand-washing the garment with liquid detergent or natural bar soap should be enough to remove the stains completely
  • Soak dry stains in water for about four hours and wash with liquid soap

Watercolour

  • Washing garments in the washing machine can leave stubborn paint stains which are much more difficult to remove
  • Never dry a paint-stained garment in the tumble dryer because it will be impossible to remove the stain afterwards
  • Soaking the stain in a mixture of equal parts of whole milk, peroxide and liquid soap for more than six hours makes it easier to wash the garment
  • Rinse the garment through at a temperature of 30º C
  • Wash with liquid soap or natural bar soap
  • Finally, if necessary, scrub the remaining traces of the stain with soap

Fixative varnish

Modeling

Soft dough Blandiver

  • Incorrect washing may result in the stain becoming embedded in the fibres
  • Never dry a stained garment in the tumble dryer because it could be impossible to remove the stain afterwards
  • Let the stain dry completely
  • Once the stain is dry, washing the garment on a normal cycle should be enough to remove the stain completely
  • ON RUGS AND CARPETS: let the stain dry completely. A gentle wipe with a damp sponge should be enough to remove the solid part of the stain; any remaining colour residue will disappear by wiping it with a sponge dipped in a little liquid soap

Vegetal modelling clay Plastilina

  • Never dry a stained garment in the tumble dryer because it could be impossible to remove the stain afterwards
  • Remove as much of the stain as possible by hand. Use a piece of modelling clay to remove any residue attached to the garment
  • If a piece remains would be removed with a hand washing with bar soap.

Air hardening clay

  • Let the stain dry completely
  • Once the stain is dry, washing the garment on a normal cycle should be enough to remove the stain completely
  • ON RUGS AND CARPETS: let the stain dry completely. A wipe with a damp sponge dipped in liquid soap should be enough to remove the stain completely

Patmaché - Papier maché air hardening clay

  • Stubborn and recent stains can be completely removed by washing in water.
  • If the stain is very large, it is interesting remove previously the largest remains.

  • Stubborn and recent stains can be completely removed by washing in water.
  • If the stain is very large, it is interesting remove previously the largest remains.

FACE PAINT

Stick and cream make-up

  • Clothes: at 40ºC on a medium-wash cycle with no pre-wash. The use of soap containing high levels of tensoactive agents is not recommended.
  • Skin: remove the thick layer of make-up with cellulose paper and then clean with soap and water or make-up remover.