If you’ve ever had a favorite piece of clothing shrink in the dryer, you know how upsetting it can be! Luckily, this process makes it easy to “UNSHRINK” your clothing!
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I love this! You learn something new every day. 🙂
You always find the coolest, most useful things.
What happens after u wash them again. Do you just not dry them in the dryer ?
Awesome thank you very much!!!
I’ve done this for 40 years with extra fabric softener. In fact, a sweater can stretch too big and I have to wash it to make it smaller.
I have long legs and often have to “lengthen” my pantlegs. I take the pants out of the washer, let the hem lay on the floor, step on the hem (covering the hem with the length of my foot) and, holding the waistband, pull upwards as hard as I can. Then repeat with the other pantleg, Then, I hang them over the shower rod, smooth out any wrinkles and let them air dry. No floods! Works with jeans and knit pants.
Can you stretch the waist of denim jeans?
great way of salvaging good clothes that otherwise would be unusable. Thank you for this amazing tip.
I knew this 20 years ago when I was a single guy in my 20s doing laundry, nothing knew for me.