Caring for Your Swimwear
Rinsing your swimwear after use is the best way to ensure you get a long life for your swimwear. Removing Stains Treat stains, especially those on the underwire & straps with a mild detergent, cold water, and avoid rubbing the fabrics The best method for removing odors is to adding a ¼ cup of Scented Vinegar to a tepid water bath, and soaking the item for 30 minutes. Hand Washing Swimwear Fill your basin or sink with warm water and add 2 capfuls of delicates wash or a detergent and let it soak for up to 30 minutes.Rinse well and...
Caring for Your Lingerie
Caring for your Lingerie Quality garments should be treated with respect and care, lingerie is no different. To maintain the longevity, beauty and quality of your intimates, the first rule to follow is reading the care instructions found on each garment care label. Stain Removal Pretreat stains on heavily worn or delicate areas such as the underwire, straps and lace with a mild stain removal soap bar. While wetting the stained area, use the soap and rub gently to remove the stain. Hand Washing Washing lingerie by hand is by far the best method for maintaining the longevity, beauty and...
Tips on Caring for Your Lingerie
Avoid the Cleaner Most of your wardrobe is washable - including wools, silk, and many synthetics. Problems can be had with viscose, rayon, and polyimides, so be mindful of these in your garments. Steaming vs. Ironing We recommend steaming. It’s a safer, easier and fabric-saving alternative. Simply hang your item and hover over your garment with the steamer, moving vertically from top to bottom. Stains To get the longest life out of your garments and a best practice for avoiding stain build-up is pretreating your garments every time before laundering, even if no stains are visible.