Under normal circumstances, bras do not require daily washing (unless there is lots of sweating involved like during summer time or intensive activities). Put your bras in a ventilated area, you can reuse it when its original shape and elasticity is reclaimed. Avoid wearing the same underwear consecutively because it will damage the fabric and its elasticity. We also recommend you to change your underwear after 6 months if it is worn frequently.
Here come the washing tips
Step 1: Washing
The best way to wash your underwear is to hand wash it. It is not as difficult as you think. All you need to do is to soak your underwear in cold water with a splash of detergent for 20 minutes, gently rub it by hands for another 3 minutes and rinse it with water.
If you have no choice but to machine wash your underwear, put it in a laundry bag, hook the back of your bras so that it won’t tangle with other garments and make sure your machine is on a gentle cycle. Always wash dark and light coloured clothing separately.
Step 2: Drying
Use a dry towel to absorb excess water, and place it in a dry and airy place. If you need to use a hanger clip, always put the clip at the centre-front position so that the bra is actually ‘balanced’ during the drying process. Do not put your underwear directly under the sun because it will ruin the fabric and create colour fading & shrinkage.
Step 3: Lingerie Storage
Always store your lingerie with care. Bras should be stored standing up in a drawer with the cups inside of each other to help them hold their shape—and never have them folded or crumpled. Do not over stuff your drawer otherwise your underwear will become wrinkled.
How to care for your sleep wear?
Always follow the washing instruction label. If the material of your sleepwear is silk, satin, lace or other forms of delicate fabric, hang it on a velvet hanger or fold it gently when you are not wearing them.
How to care for your swimwear?
Rinse your swimwear with cold water after every use. This is to help rid the swimsuit out of chlorine. Never put your swimsuit in washing machine or dryer because the heat will break down the spandex fibre causing permanent damages. Hand wash and air dry your swimwear on a flat surface to prevent stretching and discoloration.