Guide to washing Nursing Bras
A nursing bra is not like a regular bra.
It has to be easily accessible for feeding your baby and must withstand their yanking and pulling, apart from supporting your likely much larger breasts, It must have the power to weather through spilled milk, nighttime use, engorgement and more.
Mummies put their nursing bras through a lot.
In a perfect world, your bras should be hand washed but we are realists and understand that this is not always possible especially when you have a new baby.
Below are some guides if you’d like to keep your bra in tip top shape.
We recommend you to wash every two wears (depends on the milk spills, or sprays of split up milk, so you may need to wash them more frequently on some days.)
Guide to washing Lace Intimates
To ensure the lace intimates last longer, hand-washing is recommended. Always use a non-alcoholic detergent that is mild enough for the bra as well as your hands. Fill a sink or a bucket with cold water and add some detergent. Let the bras soak in for 30-60 minutes depending on how dirty they are. Swish the bras in the soapy water occasionally to help remove the grime. Finally, gently wash them and rinse them in cold water until the water runs clear.
The trick to always have a clean nursing bra to wear is to have enough bras in your wardrobe. Stock up over here. These nursing bras are specially designed to give you optimum comfort and stay new even after multiple washes.