How to Clean a Burton Jacket

Updated February 21, 2017

Burton jackets are designed to be worn for snowboarding, so they need to be waterproof to keep you comfortable and dry while riding the slopes. Washing your jacket with regular washing powder can destroy it. In order to maintain your jacket, use a non-detergent cleaner. This will protect the jacket's water repellency, so you stay dry on the snowiest of days.

Brush any dirt off your jacket. Zip and button it, then close the fabric fastener.

Place your jacket in the washing machine and add 142gr of non-detergent cleaner to the washing machine. Set the washing machine on its lowest temperature and start the washing cycle.

Reproof the jacket using a waterproofing wash-in. Add 142gr to the washing machine after the machine has filled with water.

Hang your jacket to let it air dry. Do not use a dryer.


Wash the jacket by itself.


Do not use ordinary detergents as these can damage the jacket.

Things You'll Need

  • Non-detergent cleaner
  • Washing machine
  • Waterproofing wash-in
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Palmer Owyoung holds a Master of Arts in international business from the University of California at San Diego and a Bachelor of Arts in sociology from the University of California at Santa Barbara and is a trained molecular biologist. He has been a freelance writer since 2006. In addition to writing, he is a full-time Forex trader and Internet marketer.