Rating: Works Great, a Little Pricey
Reviewer: Michael Ray,
Ive been using this for myself and my two kids for the past couple of years and it takes away a lot of the agony of getting wetsuits on and off. We use it for Diving and Surfing . It makes Surfing more convenient but it is a lifesaver when putting on a 7mm for Diving. If it wasnt so expensive I would give it 5 stars. Most people I recommend it to balk at the price. If they cut the price in half they would probably sell ten times as much of it.
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Questions and Answers for Trident Suit Juice (1 Gallon):
how do u clean a wet suit
Aaron (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com)
Dear Diver, Wet Suits - After your dive, the wet suit should be washed thoroughly. A bathtub or large trash barrel can be used for washing the suit. Use wetsuit cleaner/conditioner (preferred) or warm water with a mild detergent. Push the suit up and down in the tub for about five minutes with all zippers open. After washing, all soap must be rinsed out. If your suit has an odor that soap cannot remove, use liquid sink guard (preferred) or a half a cup of baking soda in warm water and stir in well. Push the suit up and down occasionally and after about a half hour of soaking, rinse thoroughly (DO NOT put your suit in a washing machine.) If you are going to dry your suit on hangers, it is extremely important that you use an extra wide hanger. If narrow or wood hangers are used, the suit will be damaged due to excessive creasing. After the suit has dried, the zipper should be lubricated with zipper wax.