Bra Wash Bag
let the buyer beware
This bra bag looks like a great idea, and it would be if it had a better zipper. To my dismay, after using it less than 2 months, the zipper broke, or rather, it began to open up on it's own every time I used the bra bag, with the result that the bras don't stay inside. Also, even when the zipper worked, somehow lint found it's way inside the bra bag and would cling to my bras afterward. There's got to be something better out there.
June 21, 2012
How did I live w/o this?
Great lingerie wash bag, fits 1+ bras on each side (YMMV). No holes for bra closures to snag or twist. Zipper stays closed because the end slips under a sewn tag and stays put. Not suitable for well-endowed women who wear underwires, unless you compressed the underwire to fit the bag's diameter.
April 6, 2012
I love the concept of this bra bag, and it would be a wonderful thing except that it is just barely big enough for me to fit my DDD cup bras inside. Sometimes I have to kind of squish the cups a little, or slightly angle the bras for them to fit, which to me, defeats the purpose of using it. If I had smaller bras, I would absolutely love this, but as it stands now, it needs to be a little larger for me to love it. I wouldn't recommend this if you wear any larger than a D cup, but if you have D cup or smaller, you'll be glad you bought it. It has come unzipped once or twice in the wash, so you might want to put it inside of a mesh bag as well just to be sure.
January 10, 2014
Not for the busty
The bag is very well designed and works great...but I can only fit one bra - and that's with somewhat of a struggle. This isn't the first challenge for busty women and it won't be the last. I recommend there be a notation that the bag fits up to a certain size. I will still use it for the ones I can fit - and other delicates - plus I bought the Tide Fine Washables bag too.
I recommend it, but just be aware that it might not fit your bra.
December 15, 2010