Your lingerie is an essential part of your day. It gives support, helps to sculpt your form, and influences your wardrobe choice. While your intimate apparel does so much for you, it does require a little something from you in return – to be well-treated and cared for.

You must adore the look you’re wearing. You must adore your lingerie because it is the first thing you put on in the morning. And in order to love it, you must first look good in it and believe that you look good in it. Fit and style, as well as attachment to certain pieces, contribute to this. It all starts with a love for what you’re wearing. I guarantee that wearing the appropriate lingerie set—one that you adore—will make you taller.

A little additional attention when it comes to washing your underwear can go a long way. Here are a few basic techniques for washing your panty and keeping them in good shape for longer.

  1. Lingerie should always be washed by hand

The finest care you can give your lingerie is to handwash it. It may appear to be tedious, but it is not. Add a capful of gentle lingerie wash to a sink basin filled with lukewarm water. For example, black women’s underwear, black bikini. Bras can be kept in drawers by placing them behind each other and making sure the clasps are hooked and the cups are not twisted or turned inside out. Hang chemises and special pieces on hangers designed for delicate textiles to avoid snagging sheer mesh, lace, or decorations. To avoid colour transfer, separate the light-colored and dark-colored underwear and wash them in separate washes. Always wash your underwear in cool or room temperature water. The elastic in your underwear may be ruined by hot water, and your panties may decrease in size as a result. Before putting your pants in the washing machine, turn them inside out. Use a detergent designed for sensitive fabrics and keeps track of how much you’re using. If you use too much, your pants may develop a slippery residue.

  1. Make use of lingerie bags

If you’re short on time and have to use the washing machine, separate the lingerie and place it in a lingerie bag to keep it safe. For example, black women’s underwear black bikini. Hook the bra before putting it in the washing machine to keep it from tangling with other items. Also, make sure to use cold water when washing. The same goes for your underwear; just follow the same steps. When drying, use the lowest setting or lay it out to dry on a towel. The elastic or spandex in your underwear can be damaged if you utilise high heat settings.

  1. Tights and shapewear

Tights lose their elasticity rapidly, so giving them a good hand wash makes sense. Handle it as you would other lingerie, concentrating on the crotch and feet, and then lay it flat to dry. The same applies for shapewear: never, ever. That is, after all, the key to a wonderfully flat tummy beneath that clinging clothing! After you’ve finished washing it, lay it flat to dry or hang it up properly on a rack.