Every woman is satisfied as long as the beauty of her perfect fit lingerie lasts. In order to maintain the shape, color, elasticity and other qualities of underwear, women consumers should be dedicated to proper regular care. There are care instructions on the sewn labels for each model, but despite all that, many women, unfortunately, do not know them or do not pay attention to them during washing.

As the sewn props says, the lingerie should be hand-washed. But, modern lifestyle and lack of time force consumers to wash their underwear with washing machines. However, to make lingerie items look perfect for a longer period of time, it is recommendable to use a laundry bag to protect the shape and appearance of the lingerie.

To avoid deformation of padded bra cups, it is important to not to crumple, twist and wring. If you wash a padded bra in the washing machine, make sure that it is not too full, because the weight of the rest of the laundry could squeeze bras. When bras are taken out of the machine, make sure to patch-up them before drying.

- Are you frustrated by the color change of your underwear? This can be avoided by separating white underwear from underwear of other colors. Darker fabrics contain more colors and it is recommended to wash them by hand to remove excess color.

Generally speaking, it is true that white laundry should be washed with a universal detergent, while colored models should be washed with a gentle detergent for delicate laundry. We do not recommend using fabric softener because it breaks down the strength of the fibers and increases the possibility of the shape stretching over time. Also, softener alloys fill the thin pores between the fibers and prevent the knitwear from efficiently conducting moisture as in the beginning.

It is not allowed to wash lingerie at highest temperatures (90 degrees celsius). With modern materials, and washing detergents proper cleanliness can be achieved at lower temperatures. Underwear should be hung after washing, but never dried in the sun because exposure to direct sunlight can cause yellow stains. Moreover, air drying is always better in order for a longer duration of the underwear, than drying in the dryer. Ironing most models after drying is neither necessary nor recommended.

If you need exact instructions, the maintenance signs listed on the sewn product labels help to store the underwear.


Many factors like sunscreens, chlorinated pool water or sea water can damage your swimsuits. The damage can be increased if those factors are combined, and be even larger if the swimsuit is exposed to sun or heat. Because elastic material and elastomer can be affected too. So, in order to extend lifetime of your swimwear, we recommend you to consider following instructions:

1. Wash your swimsuit by hand after each use. Before storage, it is recommended to wash in the washing machine at 30 ° with a gentle detergent and rinse well to remove the remnants of cream, oil, sea and chlorinated water that destroy fine elastomeric fibers, which can lead to their disintegration.

2. Wait until the swimsuit is completely dry before storing.

3. Swimsuits shouldn’t be stored in plastic bags. Store then in an aired room.

4. The solid and spongy coatings of the cups must not be crushed during washing. The dry linings of the cups are placed one inside the other, so that the primary shape will be preserved.

5. Fluorescent colors usually lose their intensity under the influence of the sun's rays.

6. Gold and lacquer prints can lose their primary luster over time. Wash gently with plenty of water.

7. The presence of grease (oil, sunscreen, sweat) damages the elastomer, so pay attention to the care instructions.