Thursday, January 8, 2015

Premium Delicates Laundry Bags Review

I do a lot of laundry with a family of 5.  My items range in size, fabric, and use, from baby socks to lingerie.  While I love my new front load HE machine, I have found that delicate and little items do not fare so well in the high speed wash and spin cycles that the machine performs.  I have tried several different mesh bags to hold such items, but after a few washes, the bag either tears or the zipper pull breaks off, leaving the bag useless and me searching again.

I was thrilled to get my hands on these Premium Delicates Laundry Bags.
Four bags in two sizes - 2 medium and 2 large, three white and one black for dark colors
I was immediately impressed with these laundry bags.  I absolutely love the zipper guard.  So many times, I have lost wash bags due to broken zippers from banging around in the wash.  These guards tuck neatly over the zipper and keep it from flopping around during wash cycles.
I also liked the durable plastic zipper, which makes them rust-proof, protecting my wash from rust and from metal teeth snagging clothes.
I was impressed with the size of these bags.  The medium bag is four times the size of my dual sided delicate bag I use for washing bras...
The large bag has so much capacity, I was able to wash my 23 foot long Moby Wrap inside it with room to spare...
And, when I took it out of the wash, everything was still contained in the bag, zipper tucked neatly under the guard, and no tangled up fabric or knots like I usually get when I wash this garment.

There are so many applications for these bags, from socks to delicates, to separating colors and so much more.  My baby's clothes are finally safe from getting lost in the washer and my delicates are safe from tangling and snagging.  I am a new fan, and so pleased to have found these!

You can get your own here

You can also find them on the Inside Smarts website

Check out this video to see them in action

I got these items for free in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.

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