The Care and Feeding of a Pouch
The SafeTees Pouch is made of a special heavy-duty vinyl that will last for years.
But as with everything, minimal maintenance may be necessary from time to time to ensure peak performance.
Make sure that the insides of the tee channels are dry and free of dirt. Dirt and moisture can reduce surface adhesion and allow the tees to fall out of the pouch.
If the insides of the channels get wet, dry them with dry cotton swabs. If the insides of the channels get dirty, clean them with moistened cotton swabs. Use water, not soap. Soap could leave a film on the insides of the channels.
Check to make sure that the insides of the tee channels grip even the skinniest tees.
This could become an issue when you insert a skinny tee into a channel that usually holds a larger, thicker tee. It's almost as though the vinyl has stretched.
There's an easy "fix."
Using a thumb and index finger, firmly squeeze the front and back of the channel together and slide the pouch up and down a half dozen times as though you're trying to seal the channel. That should restore the channel to its original configuration and allow it to firmly grip the skinny tees.
Another solution: Place the empty pouch under several heavy books and leave it overnight. In the morning, you'll find that the pouch channels perform like new, firmly gripping all tees.
With a pocket tee pouch.