How to Wash your Bra from The Little Bra Company

How to Wash your Bra from The Little Bra Company

The Little Bra Company’s Emily Lau shows how to wash and care for your bras by hand and in the machine. The Little Bra Company specializes in attractive petite bras and small bras. Starting at size 28A, The Little Bra Company, is designed to give shape and style to a smaller figure. Other sizes include 28B, 30A, 30B, 30C, 32A, 32B, 32C, 34A, 34B, 34C, 36A, 36B, 38A. To find out more about The Little Bra Company, please visit

*Update*: We have heard from our friends at BraBABY and they have informed us the proper way to enclose a bra in the BraBABY is to 1: After removing the outer shell, Insert the entire strap bundle into the closed inner shell. 2. Hold the bra cups around the inner shell while encasing with the outer shell. 3. Add the loaded BraBABY to a full load of laundry, as the more clothing in the washing machine, the more cushioning for your bra. 4. The BraBABY is intended for use in the dryer as well, however, TLBC recommends you do not place our bras in the dryer due to the fabric content.


  1. Thank you so much! My last bra got ruined from washing it in the washing machine, and we all know that VS bras are not cheap, so thank you!

  2. @Karimoon1 We will send you FREE samples of Eucalan with a purchase of any of our products at TheLittleBraCompany-dot-com. Just put Free Eucalan in the notes section of your order. Thanks for your comment!

  3. @Karimoon1 We recommend you use a lingerie wash since it is specifically made for more delicate fabrics. Please only hand wash your items, the delicate cycle can still damage bras if they are not protected in the bra baby.

  4. That's a very informative video I really appreciate it as I'm too young to know how things are handwash & my elderly relatives were no longer doing so by the time I started washing my own clothes. The eucalan is sold on the Target website (not in their stores supposedly) but it's nearly $11! Can you use regular detergent on the delicate cycle too? I don't have the money for multiple bra babys 🙁

  5. This was a great tutorial, thanks!! We just moved and I now have to pay/go to do laundry so I want to just handwash my bras now… *note* I use this type "Mesh Bra Washing Bag" if you search on Amazon it's there… that or the "hat box" style work well for the machine, they have a thicker padding than just the mesh and it does protect bras.

  6. @bourdie1979 I have Eucalan… I knit and I got it at my local yarn shop, they ALL seem to sell it… but you can buy it from their website as well…

  7. thanks for the advice! where did you get the eucalan?? any specific stores. Also, can I use that little bra capsule for more than one bra??? thx 🙂

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