How to take care of your menstrual panties?
However, it will wear out over time like any other underwear. It is therefore important to take the utmost care of it so that it can accompany you accompany you as long as possible.
1. Getting started
We recommend that you wash your panties before you wear them for the first time!
After use, it is important to rinse it with cold water, without stain remover or aggressive products. Blood is an organic material and if you use hot water, it may cook and become embedded in the fibre.
Rinse until the water runs clear.
2. Choosing your detergent
To wash your menstrual panties without damaging them and to keep them for several years, we advise you to choose a classic detergent. Avoid using detergents that are too greasy with Marseille or Aleppo soap (we love them but not on our panties!) or those containing glycerine because these ingredients reduce the absorbency of the materials!
Also avoid bleach, white vinegar or soda crystals as they damage the technical fabric. However, in the case of stubborn stains, you can use a little bicarbonate occasionally.
3. Wash your panties
If you choose to wash your panties by hand, do so in cold water. Remember to wring out the underwear well so that it dries more quickly! We still recommend that you machine wash your panties at the end of the cycle for a thorough cleaning.
If you prefer machine washing, choose a cold programme or 30°C maximum with the rest of your clothes, in a washing net, without fabric softener. Then let your panties dry naturally in the open air.
4. Air dry
Our seamless panties are heat-bonded and are sensitive to heat. It is therefore important to wash your panties cold or at 30°C maximum! If you wash your panties by hand, remember to control the temperature of the water. To dry your panties, avoid the tumble dryer or radiator at all costs and leave them to dry in the open air.