Tips on How to Take Care of Women's Underwearby Le Bustiere Boutique Lingerie Shopping in Washington DC
Taking care of women’s underwear is as vital as the service they offer. A woman undies are precious and fragile too which calls for complete utmost concern when it comes to taking care of them. They might be the most hidden clothes, but they demand more attention than others. From the fact that they are made from fragile materials like silk, lace, and cotton calls for total care. Keeping them as pristine as possible is paramount and vital if they have to serve you for long and without worries.
Women's lingerie should be kept separate from other clothes. Preferably, it would be better if you put them on silk paper or other fabrics. If you have to store them in a drawer, make sure that they will be covered with paper or fabric. This step helps prevent the wood from pulling them.
So, you have bought yourself high-end lingerie and wanted to maintain its color? After washing it for the first time, soak it in white vinegar for about 10 minutes after which you should rinse it again. Always avoiding washing silk and wool-made pieces in your washing machine. On drying, let the garments dry naturally. Never dry them in a tumble-dryer, using a hairdryer, or on a radiator. For the knickers and bras, never think of ironing them.
If you know what is better for your undergarments, never use a bleaching agent to whiten them. The results of using any is discoloring the fabric. The black looks yellow and laces are destroyed. Remember never to dry clean your undies, especially silk ones. Pieces like corsets, basques, and bustiers should always be washed by hand. Remember to always read all the care labels on your lingerie to avoid doing the disallowed.
We rarely have time to wash our undies thoroughly. Quite often, it becomes tempting to wash them in a mix with other dirty clothes and using hands. Using hands is preferable, but you can also use a machine provided you follow certain rules. Always make sure that you use washing powder for all delicate fabric. The powder should not contain chlorine or perborate. Always wash at a low temperature and ensure you select short programs for all delicate fabric.
Before putting your underwear in the machine, avoid putting it plainly. Cover it with a net or pillowcase as a way of protecting. Without protecting it will make the underwiring tear the fabric as well as ruining your machine.
Undies are among the tiniest clothing that we have. Forgetting to take care of them is likely too since they rarely count. However, keeping them in check and proper care will give them a longer span while serving you.
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