Bottlecurve Waist trainers can be very delicate so you want to make sure you are taking proper care of your waist trainer. There are a number of steps you can take to make sure you are properly caring for your trainer. Because you will be using it often it can have a tendency to get sweaty, so you want to make sure your cleaning it regularly and properly as not to damage your trainer.
1. When it comes to washing your trainer you can do it two different ways, you can either hand wash it or put in in the washer machine. Either way you want to make sure you are doing this very gently.
If you decide to use a washer machine make sure you pre-wash your waist trainer with a nontoxic soap, before sticking it in your machine to wash.
When you do use your washing machine make sure you use a gentle cycle with cold water. After you take it out the washer machine it is best to air dry your waist trainer, but if you are short for time you can stick it in the dryer on a very low setting as not to melt or damage the material on the waist trainer. Before you wear your waist trainer make sure it is completely dry as not to over stretch or tear your waist trainer.
If you decide to hand wash your waist trainer *which is the best option* due so in cold water or luke warm water as not to damage the fabric and keep the waist trainer firm.
After you finish washing your trainer either allow it to air dry or stick in the dryer for a few minutes on a very low setting at a cool temperature if you are running short on time.
2. Make sure you store you waist trainers in a cool area, the fabric is very sensitive and can have a bad reaction if left in the heat to long.