PREPARE THE BATH:
Fill your sink or a spacious bowl with lukewarm water. Add two capfuls of Lingerie Wash and
swish it around using your hand.
ADD YOUR LINGERIE:
Gently place your delicate items into the water, ensuring an even distribution of suds to cover all pieces.
Set a timer and allow your lingerie to soak for up to 30 minutes.
Run each piece under a lukewarm stream until the water runs clear.
Press or gently squeeze out the water, then either lay flat to dry or hang them evenly on a
hanger or drying rack.
Though it might seem like an effort, hand washing your delicate items helps prolong their lifespan, keeps them looking fresh, and ensures a better fit over time.
While hand washing is preferable, if you need to machine-wash your bras: secure the hooks,
place them in a lingerie bag, and avoid the dryer (as that's where the actual damage may
WHAT DETERGENTS ARE LINGERIE SAFE
Opting for a lingerie wash is the recommended choice for preserving delicate fabrics. While
some may consider using regular detergent, it's not the best option. For example, Woolite, designed for cleaning wool, can leave laces and silks feeling greasy. It's important to note that delicate fibers need special care, and lingerie wash is tailored to meet those needs effectively.
HOW TO STORE LINGERIE
Storing molded bras with the cups folded in on each other may result in uneven breakdown. We're confident that a "lopsided" look isn't what you're going for. Instead, consider storing bras nested together with their hooks hooked. This not only benefits the bras but also optimizes drawer space.