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Care guides

Please be so kind and take good care of your lovely lingerie so it may last longer, especially if you follow few pointers and directions given below. Taking care of your lingerie will not only make them last longer, but will also make you look better in it. One of the first pointers we would like to give you - if Your most beloved lingerie is already pretty worn, lost the colors and has been washed to the “strips”, then please be nice and throw it away and buy a new one. You are totally worth it!
New, beautiful, well-sitting lingerie make you glow!

HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR LINGERIE

Most women love to cut away the tags from their lingerie since they just don’t look very sexy or be comfortable. We suggest that you take a good look at the fabric and washing label before you snip them off eternally. Even better is, if you mark this information for yourself up somewhere.

WASHING

  • Wash your bra after two days of wearing. This keeps the fibers not to wear out.
  • Sort laundry by fabric, color and temperature. Always wash at the recommended temperature and way. The lingerie with lace cannot stand high temperatures.
  • Separate colors, whites and others for each wash. Do not mix the dark colored ones with the light ones. This also goes for hand wash (change the water or wash white lingerie first).
  • Delicate bras are best to wash by hand. If you wash them in the machine always use lingerie bag and the delicate cycle. Mesh lingerie bags will keep lingerie from twisting or catching on other garments.
  • Hand washing will make lingerie last longer. Let the detergent dissolve into the water before adding the lingerie.
  • Hook your bra together to keep it from snagging. Snagging can damage bras in two ways. First is tearing the material or stitching and second is bending of the underwire that accompanies most bras. Even after reshaping the bent underwire, it can leave kinks that will be uncomfortable for the wearer.
  • Use a mild detergent (liquid detergents are preferred) and do not use it too much. Too much washing powder does not improve the results, but may remain on lingerie and cause skin irritation.
  • Use a mild detergent without optical brighteners – bras with elasthane become yellow when you whitening it.
  • Using softener to wash lingerie can be harmful because it may reduce the stretchability and breathability of the material and soften too much fabric fibers.

DRYING

  • Reshape your moulded cups bra after washing, especially padded bra.
  • Pat with a towel to remove the excess moisture. We recommend drying your lingerie preferably on flat surface. If you are drying your bras by hanging, then please hang your bras by the center of gore, so that the straps don’t stretch out and dry your bras on top of the towel.
  • Do not use tumble dryers. They ruin fabric, fade colors and shrink underwear.
  • Dry your lingerie naturally, never on a radiator, direct sunlight or in a tumble-dryer.

DURABILITY

  • Hook up, any loose hardware to avoid damaging fine lingerie fabrics. Hook your bra together to keep it from snagging. Snagging can damage bras in two ways. The first is tearing the material or stitching and the second is by bending the underwire that accompanies most bras. Even after reshaping the bent underwire, it can leave kinks that will be uncomfortable for the wearer.
  • Lacy and soft cup bras can be folded in half, with straps tucked inside. Push-up, molded and padded bras must not be “stacked” or they could be damaged by dents and bents.

HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR HOSIERY

WASHING

  • We recommend washing your hosiery by hand in lukewarm water.
  • Remove all jewelry from the hands - they may damage the hosiery during washing.
  • Wash with extreme caution if you have long nails.
  • If you wash hosiery in the machine use always the laundry bag.
  • If you wash hosiery in the machine use the delicate cycle and cold water. This helps to protect the texture and maintain their color.
  • We recommend turning your hosiery inside out before washing them. This keeps away of the threads coming out.
  • Rinse hosiery with fabric softener before you wear them first time, because then they will last longer.
  • Hosiery will last longer if they are rinsed with lukewarm water after every use. It is important to remove the sweat and dirt what have gathered in the tissues, which otherwise would break the tissue.

DRYING

  • Dry hosiery inside the towel gently twisting the towel and then leave it to dry.
  • Do not hang hosiery to dry, to avoid damage or stretching. Instead lay flat on a towel.
  • Dry your hosiery naturally, never on a radiator, direct sunlight or in a tumble-dryer.

DURABILITY

  • All the stockings will last longer if you do regular pedicures.
  • You should lightly lotion your hand, feet and legs. Ensure that your fingernails and toenails are smooth and have no sharp edges. This will soften calluses and eliminate any dry skin, especially on your feet, that may have a tendency to snag your hose. Your stockings will slip on easier and feel better.
  • Do not wear rubbing, or too big loose shoes.
  • Take a time. When you put your hosiery on, roll them all the way down to the toes, and then slip them up over your foot carefully keeping them snug and smooth, then smooth them over your heel. Do not rush, take your time doing it.
  • Remove all jewelry from the hands - they may damage the hosiery.
  • Be very careful if you have long nails.

Pflege-Guide: Nur für Handwäsche geeignet.

Hand Wash Only

Wash the item by hand at 40°C or lower, depending on the particular article.
Let the detergent dissolve into the water before adding the clothes. 
Use gentle movements to swish the item through the sudsy water. 
Avoid scrubbing or twisting actions that can stretch or damage the fabric. 
Gently swish the garment through the sudsy water until the item is clean.
Rinse properly and reshape the bra if it is necessary.

Machine Wash Allowed.

Recommended temperature is usually indicated by the number inside the tub and agitation by the bars underneath.

Pflege-Guide: Mit angegebener Gradzahl im Schonwaschgang waschen.

Machine Wash, Permanent Press

Initial water temperature should not exceed 30C, mild wash. Avoid spinning or only spin for short periods to minimise the risk of creasing. Use protective laundry bag.

 Pflege-Guide: Nicht in der Waschmaschine waschbar.

Do Not Wash

Garment may not be safely laundered by any process. Normally accompanied by Dry Clean instructions.

 Pflege-Guide: Das Trocknen im Wäschetrockner ist möglich. Tumble Dry

You can tumble dry your garment. 
Pflege-Guide: Kann bei niedriger Temperatur im Wäschetrockner getrocknet werden.

Tumble Dry Low Heat

You can tumble dry, but on a low heat settings. However, be caution on drying.

Pflege-Guide: Kann bei höherer Temperatur im Wäschetrockner getrocknet werden.

Tumble Dry Medium Heat

You can tumble dry medium heat settings.

Pflege-Guide: Nicht im Wäschetrockner trocknen.

Do Not Tumble Dry

A machine dryer may not be used. Usually accompanied by an alternate drying method symbol.

Pflege-Guide: Für WARM (110 Grad) bügeln geeignet (z.B. Acyrl, Nylon, Acetat).

Iron Low Heat

Regular ironing, steam or dry, may be performed at Low setting (110C) only. Best used for acrylics, nylons and acetates.

Pflege-Guide: Für HEISS (150 Grad) bügeln geeignet (z.B. Polyester, Wolle).

Iron Medium Heat

Regular ironing, steam or dry, may be performed at Medium setting (150C). Suitable for polyester mixes and wool garments.

Pflege-Guide: Für SEHR HEISS (220 Grad) bügeln geeignet (z.B. Baumwolle, Leinen).

Iron High Heat

Regular ironing, steam or dry, may be performed at High setting (200C). This can be used for cottons and linens.                                    

Pflege-Guide: Nicht zum Bügeln geeignet.

Do not Iron

Item may not be smoothed or finished with an iron.