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It can be irresistable to wear something new right out of the package.
But unless they’re fancy stockings or handmade they probably should be washed before you wear them. I’m going to use our newest & softest version for this demo, but our shorter & longer versions use a rougher crinoline that benefits greatly from a washing or two. I start my machine with cool water on the gentle cycle, add in my detergent, you could use a gentle brand or one designed especially for lingerie, I use the one that smells like lavender from Trader Joe’s. Then put the petticoat in right around the center post, add fabric softener if you like (baking soda is a nice natural option).
After the final spin hang it over a towel or from a hanger outside to air dry.
You could probably get away with a low setting on the dryer if you’re in a hurry, but I like mine air dried, the lace will look nice longer this way ~:)
3 soxy thoughts:
I washed my mid-length black one in the bathtub with woolite dark, and clothespinned it to a hanger to dry, it took up the entire laundry room lol! I don’t think I’d want to put mine in the front load high-efficiency washing machine I have, that thing spins pretty hard at the end, it might end up more wrinkley than when it went in lol ….awww now I need the new fluffy petticoat ^_^ me and my undie obsession
That second picture almost looks like a big pile of Sakura petals or something. Preeeeettty!!
it totally reminds me of flowery petals ~:) it was hanging in our covered porch at the time and it has those yellow-y corrugated panels across the top that lets in a golden light from above, then I moved it outsode to where it was sunny to get the different lighting, this whole post was really just an excuse to show off how pretty it looks hanging while it dries ~:)