For any small marks such as anti-perspirant or skin transfer etc, you can use a damp cloth or a baby wipe to clean your binder if you're in a hurry.
Make sure you wash your binder regularly as bacteria can build up and cause skin irritation.
As part of the compression design, our binders contain a front panel made from strong cotton which doesn’t stretch. This can feel a little stiff and could cause some irritation for wearers with sensitive skin. In this case we recommend using a fabric softener for a few washes to get an ultra-soft feel against your skin.
Do not iron your binder directly. If your binder is creased, you can turn it inside out and iron only the cotton inside the front on a low-to-medium heat and this will take the creases out from the front. The rest of the binder will be pulled tight when you put it on so any other creases shouldn't show. If you would like to iron the rest of the you could use a tea towel in-between the binder and the iron to protect it from the heat. It will melt onto your iron if you don't!