How To Clean A Hat
How Dirty Is Your Hat?
Does your favorite hat have sweat stains, greasy fingerprints and maybe a little funk? If you’re not sure, it’s probably worse than you think.
Just like your clothes and shoes, hats get dirty, absorbing oils and sweat from your hair and scalp, dirt, dust and grime from the environment and who knows what else. We all know it’s a bummer when your favorite lid isn’t looking (or smelling) as fresh as it once did.
It can be tempting to just toss it into the washing machine, but that can end up ruining it. So what’s the best way to clean your hat effectively without damaging it?
To this point we’ve covered 16 Hat Styles for Guys With Long Hair, and brought you an epic lineup of SICK HARD LIDS, but we’ve never touched on how to clean your hat.
Until now. Grab your dirtest hat and let’s get to cleaning.
A Step By Step Process for Cleaning Your Hat
If you want to take it a little slower here is the step-by-step walk through.
15. Your hat should be clean, dry and ready for wearing. So rock that fresh lid and keep LETIN’ IT RIDE!
The Best Hats For
Guys With Long Hair
What makes a great hat for guys with long hair?
Being hat guys, we’ve worn a lot of hats. As our hair grew long long for the first time we had a chance to see how our hats fit and performed in the process.
After six decades of combined research, we’ve concluded the following characteristics make the best hats for guys with long hair.
Wait, Who Are You Guys?
And why do you know all this?
We’re The Longhairs, and we’re not hat salesmen. We do actually sell hats but that’s not the point of this.
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If you’re one of them, you’re one of us.
We’re guys with long hair. We advocate, educate and celebrate men’s long manes with hair whips and high fives.
We invite you to join the community. You’ll get our best content, connect with other longhairs—we’ll even show you the secret handshake. Just for joining we’ll juice you up with a coupon for 20% off your entire first purchase—including hats and beanies.
That’s a great deal, but far more important is the fact you’ve found The Longhairs.
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for the very few caps i wore, they all where polyamid made, and i washed them in the laundry machine; i suppose that it is forbidden with a cotton one.
Yea not ideal to wash in washing machine. Just taking a risk in deforming the hat.