WashGuard Tips

Learn some valuable tips and ideas to get the most out of your WashGuard delicates wash bags.

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How Many Bras can a Bra Bag Hold?

Obviously bra sizes and dimensions vary greatly so we can provide a pretty close approximation to the capacity of these bags.

What we consider to be the “max” capacity of these bags is two 36 D cup bras in one bag.

Of course you may be able to fit 3 A or B cups because there is less bra material taking up space.

Of course what is true with all WashGuard bags, remember to leave a little room inside (don’t over fill the bag). That leaves plenty of room for soap and water to penetrate the bag and with room the garments can move within the bag itself for better cleaning.

How Much Should I put Into Each Bag?

This is a very common question and for that we have constructed this clear answer:

Fill the bag about 2/3 full with garments.

For the medium bag this is 2-3 camisoles, a skirt or short dress, or 5-8 pairs of underwear.

For the large bag the loading rule of thumb is almost double that of the medium bag. In addition you can wash items such as  one throw, baby blanket or one full dress, 1 maybe 2 sweaters but we usually keep it to just one sweater.

What is the best way to load a bra into the wash bag?

The best way we have found is to invert one of the two bra cups and place them cup-to-cup in the bag. Like two spoons together.

That allow you to put another bra in the bag if you want to wash two in there.

You can also put one of the straps between the two cups to create a little space between them for extra water disbursement and slightly better cleaning but it’s not 100% necessary.

So, short answer: cup to cup .