How To Wash Satin Panties?

Satin panties are popular choices for women who want a more expensive, and sexy look. The feel and appearance of satin are what convince some people to purchase this specially woven panties. Many people prefer satin panties solely because of its ability to glide over the body like water, making it the best kind of panties to wear in the summer.

However, depending on the material satin panties is made from, from sweat to periods to discharge, it is easy to sport some stains, which can be annoying to deal with it .Here are some advises about how to handle it:

Cold water


First of all, when dealing with satin, always use cold water. If you’ve been washing your satin bras and panties in hot water and wondering why they always come out all misshapen and crinkly, it is because hot water both damages the material and causes the satin to shrink. Not to mention that hot water will actually cause stains to further set in the fabric. Yikes! Another big no-no that you always want to avoid, no matter how desperate you get, is bleach. I promise, it will only make the situation worse.

Act fast


Depending on the type of stain you have, you may need to try a couple of different tactics. But don’t despair! A solution is out there. As with all general stain removal, if you can get if when it’s fresh it will be easier to remove. This is, of course, not always possible. However, if your monthly visitor has popped in a few days early a left an unpleasant surprise on your undies, it will be easiest if you take care of that as soon as possible.

No bleach!


For blood stains, use a mixture composed of 1 quart of cold water, 1/2 teaspoon liquid bleach-free detergent and 1 tablespoon ammonia. Soak your panties in the mixture for at least 15 minutes and then gently rub the stained area. For fresh stains, let your panties soak for at least another 30 minutes before rinsing them out. For set stains, they may need to soak for several hours.

For discharge or other bodily fluid stains, gently dab the stained area using a sponge and white wine vinegar. Sweat stains can also be removed using this method of gently dabbing with a sponge, either with ammonia or white wine vinegar.

Satin panties has a shiny, lustrous surface and It is fairly versatile when crafted into panties. With a few washing tips, some trial and error and a bit of TLC, your satin panties can be as good as new.

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