Discoloration Swimming Beach Shorts When Exposed To Water
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Swimming beach shorts can turn a bright, fun color when wet and exposed to the ocean water. The phenomenon is known as "swimming pool water discoloration" or "pool deck browning." The shorts may become light brown, tan, or even black due to the oxidation of chemicals in the water. Although harmless, this browning can be a nuisance to avoid if you're planning on swimming at a public beach.
Every summer, waves of people flock to a certain beach to swim. Unfortunately, not all these people take the time to properly protect their skin from the sun. When people swim in the ocean, they are constantly exposed to salt water and sand.
Swimming beach shorts can become discolored over time when exposed to water and sand. If this happens, it is important to remove the shorts as soon as possible and apply an effective sunscreen.
Error Range: 1-2cm
Fabric Composition: polyester fiber (polyester)
Fabric Composition Content: 95 (%)
Lining Name: chemical fiber blended
Lining Composition: polyester fiber (polyester)
Lining Ingredient Content: 95 (%)
Color: yellow to orange, blue to purple, pink to purple, khaki to green
1. Asian sizes are 1 to 2 sizes smaller than European and American people. Choose the larger size if your size between two sizes. Please allow 2-3cm differences due to manual measurement.
2. Please check the size chart carefully before you buy the item, if you don't know how to choose size, please contact our customer service.
3. As you know, the different computers display colors differently, the color of the actual item may vary slightly from the following images.