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【15 cm x 16 cm】【Cylinder Shape】【Bra】
【23 cm x 30 cm】【Underwear or Socks】
【30 cm x 40 cm】【T-Shirt or Shorts】
【40 cm x 50 cm】【Dresses, Shirts, Pants】
【50 cm x 60 cm】【Bed Sheet, Coat】
【60 cm x 60 cm】【Quilt Cover】
【90 cm x 90 cm】【Comforter】
【31 cm x 19 cm】【Bra Bag】
The primary use for mesh laundry bags is to protect delicate fabrics in the wash. Placing items inside a mesh bag prevents them from getting damaged, especially if you have a mixed laundry load. Another way to use them is to separate certain articles of clothing from the rest of the laundry.
Mesh laundry bags are an inexpensive and helpful laundry tool. Here are several reasons why you should have a few on hand when doing your home laundry:
To avoid stretched straps or having hooks damage other garments in the same load, place your unmentionables in a mesh laundry bag before placing them in the washing machine.
Do away with lost socks by placing socks in mesh laundry bags before washing them.
Avoid having to hand wash certain garments by placing the item in a mesh laundry bag on the ‘hand wash cycle using cold water. One note here – this may not work with all garments. Be sure to check the care label before attempting.
Save delicate fabrics from developing snags by placing them in mesh laundry bags before washing them. This is especially true when doing a mixed weight load.
QUOTE: "But not all mesh lingerie bags are created equal — I’ve owned a dozen different styles that stunk. They either ripped open in the middle of a wash cycle, had holes so large that bra straps could sneak out and hang themselves on other things I was washing them with, or featured zippers that either rusted (leaving brown spots on my fancy lingerie) or got bent out of shape and snagged the very items I was trying to protect. That’s why my new go-to set of lingerie wash bags is made of a superfine net material that allows soap and water in easily but keeps all items safely inside. They feature a plastic zipper that obviously won’t rust, and even have a flap that covers the zipper to keep it from catching, unzipping, or clinking"