June 06, 2017


Like most athletic wear, waist trainers often endure heavy use and so it's important to properly wash, store and care for your waist trainer to increase its durability and effectiveness.When you're not wearing your waist trainer, it's best to keep it stored somewhere dark and dry.

Alternate waist trainers styles -Avoid wearing the same trainer more than twice before washing for best results.

Your trainer needs regular gentle washing - Excessive agitation or very hot water can damage the construction of the material. 

Latex Trainers: Always hand-wash in a bucket of warm water, using mild shampoo or baby shampoo for all garments containing latex.

Non-Latex Trainers: You can wash non-latex garments in the washing machine using the gentle or hand-wash cycle in cold water, with a full load. If you are not sure if the product contains latex please review "Specifications" under the product description on our site. Put it in a netted lingerie bag to avoid damage or catching onto other clothes. If your machine doesn’t have a gentle cycle, wash your garments by hand in cold water. Specially formulated lingerie detergent works best – any detergents that contain dyes, fragrances, alcohol, softeners or bleach can irreparably damage your trainer.

Refrain from putting it in the dryer -  Always air-dry your trainer flat or hanging. Allow your waist trainer to dry for a minimum of 2-4 hours to ensure there is no water left before use.  If it is exposed to an excess of water for a prolonged period of time, rotting, discoloration or destruction of your waist trainer may occur.

Please note some trainers have specifications under their description. Contact us if you have any more questions about proper care for your waist trainer.