Bra care guide
Handwashing is the best and safest method for washing bras. That doesn’t necessarily mean that’s how we usually do it. Call us lazy but a washing bag works just fine if you decide to let your bra take a spin in the washing machine.

How often should I wash my bras?

That depends how often you wear it of course. A great tip is having a few bras you love and wear on rotation, this will mean you don’t have to wash them too often. It will give the elastic a break between each wear and so it can easily return to its original shape.

Do I need to hand-wash my bras? 

The simple answer is yes. It really is best to get all the dirt out of your bra and you are also making sure that your bra stays in good shape. Don’t like the idea of that? Well, just put it in the sink with cold water and mild detergent and put on your favourite series, rinse, and hang them to dry.

What more can I do to keep my bras in good shape?

Always clasp the back to make sure nothing gets caught in your drawer. Then stack them on top of each other with the cups pointing upwards. This will maintain their shape.

Can I wash them in the machine inside a washing-bag? 

Well, yes you can, but if you do, always make sure you put the machine on a gentle cycle. And you need to put your bras in a mesh laundry bag and remember not to wash it with heavy garments. 

How do I dry my bras?

After you’ve given them a hand-wash, pat the bra between a clean towel to get rid of excess water and to absorb the moist. Make sure to reshape the cups when you are done. With a padded bra pull gently on the cup to avoid them losing their shape when the bra dries. Then hang your bras to dry. Never let the bra hang from one strap as this can cause unnecessary stretching to the fabric.