Sunday, March 22, 2015

Washguard Lingerie Bag {Product Review}

Okay, if there are any guys lurking... this post is for the ladies. I mean, it could possibly be useful for the fellas, but the content is mostly lady focused. Tonight I have the pleasure of reviewing a Washguard Lingerie Bag from IX Better Home.

 Here's just a simple photo we took of the bag by itself.

 I'd like to start by saying what an amazing company this is for their customer service. Every question I had to ask was promptly answered with politeness and care. I think this is the best company I've worked with when it comes to customer care and that is so important.

 The bag is high quality. You can tell that it was made with care. It is made with high quality polyester. You use it to wash delicates. You know how when you wash delicates (like uncerclothing, blouses, socks, stockings, and scarves) and they can get torn or caught or knotted? Well this bag prevents that. Because of the specific way it is designed, its contents are protected from
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the annoying and common clothing problems.

 It comes in a couple of sizes. I believe mine is the medium size, which is bigger than it looks in the photos, in actuality around 12 x 16 inches. So it actually fits several items. My mom says it works great.

 If you're tired of all the problems I mentioned, this might be the perfect solution. And guess what? IX Better Home has offered a free bag to one of our readers! To enter, all you have to win all you have to do is comment on our facebook page, mentioning the bags, or leave a comment here! Giveaway ends on the 31 so don't wait!

 You can buy one of these bags here.

~ Bethany

4 comments:

  1. I used to wash all my delicates by hand, but that got really time-consuming, especially since I would forget about them most days and then have to wash them all at once. When I started washing everything in the machine, I bought a couple of similar bags, but I can always use more! It's been nearly a year now that I've been washing my delicates in the machine, and they're still holding up quite well, so the bags work!

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  2. That is a good idea. I bet it would work for socks too! (Which of course have a habit of getting lost. :P ) Is it able to fit a few camisoles like what is in that picture?

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  3. Yep, it's pretty good sized! :)

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