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Washing and Drying Underwear

Many of us wear lingerie every day, but may wonder how to take proper care of our clothes. Being careful about how you wash and store your lingerie, as well as following the simple steps below can help minimize wear and tear, making you lingerie last longer.

Before Washing

  1. Divide by material and color, as sometimes dark colors bleed.
  2. Double check the manufacturer's instructions on the tag.
  3. Always close the hooks or metal fastenings (if any).
    ・When washing bras, remember to close the hooks and close the fastenings (if any).
    ・For clothes that have lace or embroidery, turn the garment inside-out.
  4. Be careful with your choice of detergent.
    ・Detergent containing enzymes should be strictly avoided, as they damage fabric.
    ・Be wary of detergents containing florescent agents, as they tend to discolor fabric.
    ・Try to use mild detergents where possible.
    ・Ensure the detergent is dissolved in the water, as applying it directly to clothing can damage the fabric and cause discoloration.


Hand Washing

  1. Prepare a container that is slightly bigger than the clothes you want to wash.
  2. Dissolve your chosen detergent in lukewarm water (Approx 30-40℃:86. -104°F).
  3. Apply gentle pressure to your clothes and rub.
    Take care not to push too hard, as this may cause deformation of the cups, wire, boning, and may also fray areas of lace.
  4. Rinse well for approximately ten minutes. Avoid rinsing for long periods of time.
  5. Ensure no detergent remains on the clothing, as it may cause discoloration.
  6. Take care using bleach, as bleach can also cause discoloration, turn your garments yellow, and may also cause polyurethane (spandex) to become stiff.
    Once stiffened, the polyurethane in the garment will not return to its original state, so please be extra careful when using bleach.

Tips - Hand Washing

    • Wash whites first, followed by pale colors and then finally darks.
    • Use towels to absorb moisture. Try to avoid wringing garments, as this is not good for the fabric.
      (Breaking the shape or wrinkling may cause damage to the fabric).
    • For bras with underwire or boning, we recommend washing by hand.
    • Use fabric softener for a soft and gentle finish.

Machine Washing

  1. Set a light wash for three minutes at a temperature of 40℃ or below.
    The ideal combined time of washing and rinsing should be roughly five to six minutes.
  2. Rinse 2-3 times.
  3. Take the garment from the laundry bag and remove excess water using a towel before putting the garment back into the laundry bag to dry.
    *For those who do not wish to use a towel, please leave the garment inside the laundry net for 30 seconds to dry instead.


    Tips - Machine Washing

      • Have two separate laundry bags with a fine mesh.
      • Separate by color and whether or not the garment has metal fastenings.
      • Do not cramp clothing inside the laundry bag, as this can make removing stains and dirt difficult.


      *Please be careful when using bleach, as it can cause discoloration and cause polyurethane to be come brittle. Once polyurethane has become brittle, it will not return to its original state.

    Drying

    Remove Wrinkles

      • Correct the shape of the garment using your fingers.
      • When drying bras, hold the straps lightly and pull in all directions to help remove wrinkles.
      • Do not attach pegs to areas of lace, as this can cause damage.

      • Dry in Sunlight

          • Dry in the sun in areas with good ventilation and/or wind.
          • Try to avoid direct sunlight, as ultra violet (UV) rays can cause discoloration.

          • Dry Straight Away

              • Leaving clothes wet for long periods of time can cause wrinkles and colors to fade.
              • Damp garments are prone to discoloration and mold.

              • Avoid Drying in a Machine

                  • We recommend drying garments naturally.
                  • Drying in a machine can cause shrinkage and discoloration.
                  • Drying clothes in a room with a stove can also lead to discoloration and have negative effects on clothing.

    Storing

    Ensure clothes are fully dried before putting them away.

    Failing to do so can cause mould, discoloration and wrinkles.

    Store your clothes in a place with good ventilation.

    Packing clothes into a tight space can cause wrinkles and can also cause damage to bra cups.
    Try using a desiccant agent (an agent that helps remove moisture) for optimal results.