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As a woman your health should be your top priority especially panties care.
Step 1: Preparing for cleaning
Before you start the cleaning process, it’s essential to remove any excess blood from the period underwear. So, you should know how to wash period underwear by hand first. If you are wondering what temperature to wash your period panties, the answer is cold or normal running tap water. One must rinse the stained area under cold water, as hot water can set the stain. Gently rub the fabric together to help loosen the blood. If the stain persists, you can use a mild soap or stain remover, specifically designed for delicates
Step 2: Pre-washing
After removing excess blood and treating any stains, it’s time to pre-wash the panty. Fill a basin or sink with cold water and add a small amount of gentle detergent. Submerge the underwear and gently agitate it to loosen any remaining blood and discharge. Let the panty soak for approximately 30 minutes to an hour.
Step 3: Machine washing
Once the pre-wash is complete, it’s time to machine-wash your period underwear. First, check the care instructions provided by the manufacturer to ensure that machine washing is recommended. Most period panties can be washed in a regular or delicate cycle. It is recommended to use a gentle detergent that is free from fragrances and harsh chemicals to avoid skin irritation. Avoid using fabric softeners as they can reduce the absorbency of the garment. You can wash period panties with other clothes only if you have removed the stains beforehand. But some people may have reservations.