This article can be machine washed. Do not exceed the wash temperature shown on the icon.
This Article can be machine washed on a delicate wash cycle. Do not exceed the wash temperature shown on the icon.
This article is only suitable for hand washing.
This article can ironed. The dots on the iron represent the ironing temperature. One dot means the article needs to be ironed at a cool temperature (approx. 100°C). Two dots mean that the article should be ironed at a warmer temperature (approx. 150°C). Three dots mean that the article can be ironed at a hot temperature (approx. 200°C).
The article should not be ironed. Damage to the article may result.
This article can be dry cleaned. The letters within the circle provide the necessary information regarding the cleaning products that may be used.
No Dry Cleaning
The article should not be dry cleaned. Damage to the article may result.
This article should not be bleached. Damage or discolouration to article may result.
The article can be tumble dried. The dots on the care tag represent the heat setting that should be used. One dot means a reduced or low heat setting, while two dots requires that a normal heat setting is used.
No Tumble Drying
The article must not be tumble dried. Damage to the article may result.
Care For Your Lingerie
Always read and follow the care instructions on the label.
Use a Lingerie Wash Bag when washing underwear in a machine
Hand wash any bra with an underwire. The wires within can be easily bent, damaged, broken or may even come out if used in a washing machine.
Treat your lingerie the way you want to be treated! Wash lingerie frequently to keep it in good condition. Perspiration, perfumes and moisturizers can stain or leave permanent marks on the fabric without regular washing.
When hand washing, always use a washing fluid or powder especially made for delicate fabrics. Make sure all powder is dissolved before putting garments in the water.
Don't leave lingerie to soak for more than five minutes. Especially on underwire bra's.
Wash darker colours seperately.
Don't exceed the recommended washing temperature. Remember the latest products wash just as well at 40°C, often even at 30°C.
Dry lingerie away from direct heat such as radiators, fires or even hot sunshine, otherwise they may discolour the product. This is especially true for whites and light colours.
Avoid catching delicate fabrics and laces with clothes pegs. Use the washing label to peg bras and panties to the line if necessary.
Do not tumble dry lingerie unless the care instructions provide specific instructions.