How Should You Wash Them?

asked on April 18, 2019


Handmaidens should take them to the riverside on a spring day and gently swirl them in the rolling river while one plays a harp. They’re socks.
Philip J Rowe
· April 18, 2019
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πŸ˜‚ you're the best. I read Q&A because of people just like you making fun of the clueless. They're socks lol. Keep up the good work.

Silvana
· November 8, 2019
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That’s how I wash mine!!πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

Vanessa
· November 6, 2019
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Best Answer Ever πŸ†πŸ˜­

Deana J
· November 3, 2019
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LMAO

J. Jennings
· November 1, 2019
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Hilarious πŸ˜‚

Amazon Customer
· October 31, 2019
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🀣

Amazon Customer
· October 18, 2019
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Maybe if the instructions were on the package then people wouldn't need to ask on here. Compression Socks are made differently with each company. Different materials are used. Some can be put in washer while others need brainwashed.

S. Chapel
· October 9, 2019
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Best thing I've ever read on this app, thanks

Stephanie s.
· October 9, 2019
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vaNity
· October 7, 2019
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The "fibers" that provide elasticity/compression don't hold up when wearabes with them are run through a washing machine, then thrown into a clothes dryer. This is why care labels on nearly all underthings with rubber "fibers" read "line dry or "hang." That goes for all hosiery and, if you want them to last, socks. A h… see more The "fibers" that provide elasticity/compression don't hold up when wearabes with them are run through a washing machine, then thrown into a clothes dryer. This is why care labels on nearly all underthings with rubber "fibers" read "line dry or "hang." That goes for all hosiery and, if you want them to last, socks. A hassle that may not be worth it for most things (I'll buy more before I hand wash socks) but you should always hand wash and line dry bras and hosiery, especially compression socks. They're not "just socks" if you want them to do their job. Otherwise, you're blowing money for nothing. see less The "fibers" that provide elasticity/compression don't hold up when wearabes with them are run through a washing machine, then thrown into a clothes dryer. This is why care labels on nearly all underthings with rubber "fibers" read "line dry or "hang." That goes for all hosiery and, if you want them to last, socks. A hassle that may not be worth it for most things (I'll buy more before I hand wash socks) but you should always hand wash and line dry bras and hosiery, especially compression socks. They're not "just socks" if you want them to do their job. Otherwise, you're blowing money for nothing.

Blossom
· September 29, 2019
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