Indonesian clothing company apologizes for washing instructions on shirt telling a woman to clean it because ‘it’s her job’ BY David Harding An Indonesian company has apologized for printing washing instructions on a sports shirt telling a woman to clean it because "it's her job." The company, Salvo Sports, said sorry on Sunday, International Women's Day, reports the BBC. The label on a shirt for a soccer team said: "Washing instructions: Give this shirt to a woman. It's her job." It prompted lots of criticism on social media and has caused the company to backtrack. Salvo Sports said on Twitter: "The message is simply instead of washing it in the wrong way, you might as well give it to a lady because they are more capable. "There is no intention to humiliate women." Salvo said it wanted to apologize for any misinterpretations. A clothing company in Indonesia issued an apology after printing washing intructions on a shirt that told a woman to wash it because ‘it’s her job.’ It was bad timing for the mistake, considering Sunday is International Women’s Day, as women march in Jakarta.