In recent years, many of the lingerie styles, lace elements are inseparable from the appearance of lingerie. Though a lace bra looks pretty and sexy, but the fabric may lack of softness, however, washing a lace bra is different from throwing a T-shirt into the washing machine. Because they are more delicate, which need to hand washing or use a lingerie bag. The care label on the bra will tell you what the bra requires. Unless the bra is cotton and wireless, or it shouldn't be thrown into a washing machine without a garment bag. Today we share with you some information about the how to wash and maintain lace bras.

Laundry Detergent

A good washing with laundry detergent can soften the lace. Washing the bra only need a small amount of detergent. The laundry detergent helps to remove some chemical, such as starch that manufacturers used to make bras. Choose a laundry detergent that does not contain bleach. The bleach can change the color of the lace.

Fabric Softener

Sometimes washing the bra with laundry detergent does not sufficiently soften them. If this happens, add a small amount of fabric softener to the rinse cycle or after hand-washing with detergent. The fabric softener can make the lace more comfortable.

Vinegar Rinse

    For those who do not like using fabric softeners because of chemicals or allergies, try rinsing with a white distilled vinegar. 1/4 cup of each bra by the vinegar rinsing which helps to soften the lace without discoloration or addition of chemicals. The smell of vinegar will disappear as it dries. This rinse also helps to remove odors or stains from the lace bra.


A lace bra will not feel soft if it is not rinsed thoroughly. Depending on the material of the bra, it may absorb the laundry detergent or softener. For example, foam padding can absorb soap. The soap can also stick to the tiny holes in the lace itself. This is why it's vital to rinse the bra until the water is free of soap suds. 

You may need to gently press on the padded area of the lace bra to ensure that all the soap is rinsed off the fabric. Another way to make sure that detergent residue doesn't cause the lace to feel stiff or rough is to use no more than 1/4 teaspoon of laundry detergent and fabric softener per bra.

Lace fabric bra has always been very popular among women, it is vital for us to know how to soften it. Because it's more delicate, which is the embodiment of a woman's charm, so you should be more careful about it!