Your Fitz Like A Glove™ Cover comes with a 12 month replacement guarantee for faulty workmanship.
As well as. Wear and tear.
You also have to love it. Or send it back.
Returns are at our expense. And we refund your full purchase price, including postage and handling. We've had two covers returned since 1994, so this is not a big issue with us.
Postage and handling within Australia is a flat rate PER PARCEL Australia wide, regardless of how many items you put in your parcel. The current flat rate per parcel is AUD$16.00.
Postage and handling outside Australia varies from country to country and is based on the weight of each parcel. Break points are 0.5 kg; 1.0 kg; 1.5 kg; 2.0 kg; 2.5 kg; 3.0 kg. 3kg is the maximum per international parcel. Prices are based on Australia Post's current international charges.
For international customers, please check with your respective Customs agency to see if any import taxes or duty will be applied to your purchase. If they are applicable, these charges are made at the time of entry into your country. And are payable by you. Australia has Free Trade Agreements with many countries. But not with all countries.
Your parcel must be signed for, so if it's more convenient, please use your business/work address.
The Fitz Like A Glove™ Cover is made of 100% cotton drill so it's machine washable. The fabric has the standard 3% shrinkage rate if washed in hot water, so we always recommend you wash it in cold water only.
Don't worry about colours. All colours have been tested colourfast to trim fast stage. Meaning. We've tested each colour in boiling water. And if the water is clear after 10 minutes, we then take the wet swatch out and rub it with a pristine clean white cloth. If no colour rubs out onto the cloth, it's completely colourfast.
Wedding gown makers trust our colours. As do professional ironers. Dressmakers. And fashion designers.
Do not tumble dry because it will shrink from the heat of a clothes dryer. It dries best out of the sun. Hanging on a hook in your laundry room.
Wash it as frequently as you like.
A professional ironer will wash their cover every day.
A domestic ironer should wash it at least 4 times a year to refresh the fibres and give your cover added life.
If you are a heavy user of spray starch, you should wash it once a week to rid the fabric of the sizing that's in spray starch.