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    Washing linen shirts



    Hey everyone,


    So I've been washing my linen shirts on the delicate setting in our college washing machines and then letting them air dry, but they're still becoming more and more wrinkly. Is there any way to remedy this? I don't have access to an iron and don't really want to go to a dry cleaners as they're casual shirts anyway. They're just getting TOO wrinkly, even for linen shirts.


    Thanks!


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    Aside from taking them out of both the washer and dryer immediately when finished, I'm not sure there's much you can do.

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      #3


      You probably need to buy an iron and ironing board. There is no way around it. You can get a cheap iron and ironing board from Wal-Mart/Target for $40 combined, and it should be fine for the clothes most college aged people wear.

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