How to wash period panties clean
Contaminated non-absorbent period underwear during your period is an inevitable. Nevertheless, it is annoying and requires fast action. Fortunately, there are several ways to remove these spots, some of which might work even with older stains.
Here are a few ways to wash your period panties that are not absorbent:
Hand wash (Thinx period panties nee to be handwash)
Wash with cold water and soap - obviously right?
Fill a clean sink with cold water. The colder the water, the better.
Put your stained period panties in the water. Push them into the water, and then concentrate on scrubbing the stain. Remove as much as possible. You can also use some soap: hand soap or stain remover to give the stain helps in removing.
Put your period panties into the water and scrub again at the period stain. Then dive them back into the water. Once the menstrual spot has disappeared, you can drain the water. But if it is still visible, you should always repeat the whole thing.
Keep your period underwear dry. Let them air dry, If you need to go quickly, you can also use a hairdryer to dry the wet spots.
Wash in a washing machine (PantyProp period panties can be placed in a washer)
This method is only suitable for period underwear that is resistant to washing. Unlike hand washing, you get clean underwear without seeing a blood storm in the sink, this is an alternative for you. This method does waste a lot of water if you only wash this one period panty so for the environment, try to wash with several other items.
Set the washing machine to "cold" and use little water. Add your washing powder, but do not use fabric softener on period panties.
Dry the laundry as usual.
Wash with hydrogen peroxide
This method is best suited for white period panties laundry.
Soaking Fill a dish to a quarter with hydrogen peroxide and three-quarters with ice-cold water.
Put the period panties inside. Dive into the liquid and let it soak for about half an hour.
Look at the period panties after the above-mentioned time. If it is already clean, take it out and rinse it out. If not, let them soak a little longer.
Dry them as usual. The spot should now have disappeared.
Rub with a rag
Put a clean, white rag into hydrogen peroxide. Wring it out.
Rub the stain with a wash rag. The blood should be rubbed off.
Rinse the period panties . Dry them as usual.
Wash the stained colored underwear with salt
Put two parts of cold water and a portion of salt in a sink or bucket.
Put the contaminated period panties inside and immerse them completely in the salt water.
Carefully scrub the dirty area. Add some salt as a scouring agent to remove it.
Rinse the period panties . Wash and dry them as usual.
Wash with meat tenderizer - Yes, we said meat tenderizer
Mix a solution of a teaspoon of meat-making machine and two teaspoons of ice-cold water. Stir until a paste is formed.
Spread the paste over the stain in your period panties. Let them work for one to two hours. This triggers the stain.
Wash the underwear. Wash the period panties with your usual detergent by hand or in the washing machine.
Dry them as usual.
If you have a great method to wash your period panties, please let us know.