Wash cold before first wear, then after each use with the rest of your clothes. Skip the bleach + fabric softener! Replace Thinx for All Leaks at 30 washes.
Tumble dry low or hang them up. High heat from dryers + irons can damage the elasticity of the underwear, which helps keep leaks in.
Make caring for your Thinx for All Leaks part of your routine. Here are some pointers from a few Thinx for All Leaks superfans.
two birds, one stone
I already keep a bag for dirty clothes in my gym bag, and since I mostly need Thinx for All Leaks at the gym (one word: squats), I wash everything right away when I get home. - Olivia J.
keep things cool
I don't have a machine dryer so I just air dry them. Recently, I started putting the drying rack facing the AC (a fan would probably work too) so they dry faster! - Denise B.
a little extra TLC
Sometimes I don’t have time to do laundry as quickly as I probably should, so to make sure the undies get extra clean, I rinse them for about 15 minutes before washing. - Jody A.