Are You A Secret Bra Killer?
Today, I’d like to address the overall lifespan of your bra. Women are always asking me how long a good bra should last. But, the answer depends on YOU. Are you secretly a bra killer? Here’s a quick quiz to find out … Do you wash your bras by hand? Have you ever put a bra in the dryer? Let’s see what your answers reveal! I hope you answered Yes and No. Otherwise, you might be a bra killer. Seriously! Here’s why ... Washing machines - even gentle ones - are tough on bras. It’s easy for the straps and hooks to get tangled up on your clothes or wrapped around the central agitator. This can stretch the shape or even rip the fabric of your bras. A better option? Hand-washing. And if you think you don’t have time to hand-wash your bras, try jumping in the shower with your bra on. Use your regular soap or body wash to suds up the outside. Then, take your bra off, do a quick scrub of the inside, rinse, and lay your bra flat on a towel to dry when you get out. Easy-peasey. Why lay a bra flat to dry? Well, because bras are made from delicate, heat-sensitive fabrics, putting them in the dryer is bra murder. Not even kidding. Don’t do it! Bras dry quickly - easily within 24 hours. You don’t need a dryer to get the job done. If you’re really in a rush, forget about reaching for your hair dryer. It’s like your dryer - the hot air is bad for bras. Instead, just turn up your ceiling fan or put a floor fan near your bras to get a breeze going, and your bras will be dry in no time with no damage. Helping you make your bras last longer,