Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Problem Solved

Just thought I'd drop in and share a little laundry tip I discovered a few months ago.

You know those clothes that you always air-dry because you don't want them to shrink in the dryer? The ones that always turn out stiff and starchy and wrinkly after air-drying, especially jeans?

Well I have a solution. Wait until the clothes are completely dry, then throw them in the dryer on low heat for about 10 minutes with a dryer sheet {fabric softener}.

The dryer sheet will soften them right up and the wrinkles will be gone. {Plus, they'll smell great.} And since it was only for a few minutes on low heat, you don't have to worry about any shrinkage! {At least I haven't seen any yet. I haven't had any problems with this method so far.}


Lauren and Travis McDougal said...

I will most definately try this. Thanks for the tip!

A Little Thing Called Life. said...

Thanks, Abby!

chicamargarita said...

Gonna give this a try.