Wash & Care

Proper Innerwear care is essential for longer lasting of vests, briefs and knitwear’s, keeping in mind the 3 points mentioned below: 

  • Alcohol free detergents to be used for washing
  • Hand washing preferred over machine washing
  • Hang drying of vest & brief is preferable

Caring for your innerwear is important to prolong the life of your garments, and also to ensure that you do not accidently damage them during washing. 

By Hand


  • Remove all your jewellery and ensure that your nails don't have any sharp edges.

  • Fill your sink with lukewarm water and add alcohol free washing detergent.

  • Soak innerwear for an hour or so

  • Rub the fabric gently to remove dirt from it.

  • Take a towel and dump the innerwear on it.

  • Keep another towel on top to soak the extra water from the washed innerwear’s.

  • Hang your knitwear’s to dry.

By Washing Machine


  • Generally machine washing is not advisable but for some innerwear’s you can go for machine washing.

  • Use a mild detergent that do not comprise of bleach.

  • Turn the items inside out so that they do not get lint while washing.

  • Avoid putting your innerwear in the dryer so that they do not lose their elasticity.

  • Avoid wring your hosiery as it might cause them to lose their shape.

By Drying


  • Dry the items on a towel. Blot the excess, gently roll and fold the towel with the garments inside, unroll and leave the garment to dry naturally.

  • Ensure that you never dry your innerwear over a direct heat source.

  • Also while drying do not wring your hosiery as it may cause them to lose their original shape and break the yarns.


Replacing your innerwear’s


Avoid wearing your innerwear’s for 2 days in a row. By alternating your innerwear you give the fabric enough time to recover. 

Storing your innerwear


If you can store your innerwear properly, you can keep it in good condition for a longer time period.