WEAR & CARE
Don’t Get Your Panties in a Bunch!
Wash & Drying Care
Be Delicate to Your Delicates with our Wash & Travel Bag
- To protect your panties from getting tangled or damaged in the washing machine, consider placing them in a mesh laundry bag.
- Use a mild, hypoallergenic detergent that is suitable for delicate fabrics. Avoid using harsh or bleach-containing detergents, as they can damage the fabric.
- Select the gentle cycle on your washing machine. This cycle has slower agitation and is less likely to damage the fabric.
- Skip the fabric softener when washing underwear, as it can reduce the elasticity of the fabric over time.
- Avoid overloading the washing machine to ensure proper cleaning and prevent excessive wear on the fabric.
We suggest putting your underwear in a clothing dryer after washing for the following reasons.
- Clothes dryers can effectively kill many types of bacteria, as well as other microorganisms, through the combination of heat and dry air.
- The high temperatures reached inside a typical dryer can exceed the temperatures required to kill most bacteria and viruses. When exposed to sustained high heat, bacteria and other microorganisms are generally unable to survive.
- Dryers typically operate at temperatures ranging from 125°F (52°C) to 135°F (57°C) on the high heat setting. These temperatures are sufficient to kill most bacteria and viruses.
- The drying cycle in a clothes dryer usually lasts for a significant period, during which the clothes are exposed to elevated temperatures. This extended exposure is effective in eliminating many microorganisms.
- After multiple wears, washing, and drying, be sure to replace your panties once they start looking old and over worn to maintain your feminine wellness. And don’t forget- since our panties are made from a crop that comes out of the ground, it can easily biodegrade back into the ground. So you don’t have to feel bad for tossing out your panties!