Ah, shit. There could be a ton of reasons for that to happen: you got bitten in the hooch by a passing bald eagle, you're aggressively hot-yoggaing at that studio with the cute girl you keep stalking, or you're working your ass off tossing lumberwood into the back of a Dodge Ram like in the commercials.
Either way, we built some care instructions for all working types to help prevent wears and tears. Printed on the back of your Ball Hammock Boxers are care instructions. Because you're probably wearing them right now, and to prevent you from putting your face in direct proximity to where your ass has been, we blew up the care instructions here for you:
Following these care instructions will help prevent some commonly associated symptoms like holes appearing in your underwear after one or two washes, or piling of the internal linings.
You know how girls have that favorite shirt that they never dry? Think of our boxers as your new favorite item that needs (and deserves) a little more TLC than the rest. I mean these babies are a hybrid of two amazing fabrics. When I looked on the internet for MicroModal care I found helpful hints on Microfiber and Modal materials:
DO NOT USE FABRIC SOFTENER AS IT DEGRADES THE MATERIAL CAUSING RIPS!!!! DO NOT DRY THESE BOXERS IN YOUR DRYER!!!
Usually comprised of nylon, polyamide and spandex, microfiber fabrics are silky soft, stretchy and quick drying, making the need for a dryer unnecessary.
How to Wash: Wash in cold to warm water on a very basic cycle (or permanent press, if available).
How to Dry: Since a too-hot dryer can actually melt the synthetic fabrics, we recommend air-dry only, and in the shade.
Modal, bamboo and other natural fibers:
Natural fibers like modal and bamboo are known for their ultra soft textures, but washing on too harsh a cycle can cause lint pills to develop.
How to Wash: Separate lights from darks, and wash separately. Machine wash in cold to warm water, preferably on the delicates cycle, and don’t use bleach or fabric softener.
How to Dry: Air dry in the shade. If you’re in a hurry, tumble dry on the lowest heat setting and remove as soon as they’re dry.