If clothes really shrink in the wash, why is that? And do clothes shrink if they are in the dryer for a really long time?
#12871. Asked by hey. (Jul 14 01 2:14 AM)
Shrinking clothes is often due to too much heat somewhere along the way, in the washer, in the dryer, or if ironing. The fabric or garment might not be made to handle tumble drying. As they always say 'follow label instructions'. a helpful site to check - http://www.whirlpool.com/solver/laundry.htmls I was not able to find the exact science going on with shrinking clothes. On the related topic of missing socks I found - http://www.whereyoursocksgo.com/beginning.html
Jul 14 01, 5:43 AM
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