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one Choose wrinkle-resistant fabrics
If you don’t like ironing, one of the ways out is to buy things right away from those fabrics that wrinkle the least. In the store, pay attention to soft knitwear, after washing in a wet state, it can be hung immediately on hangers — in this form, things will straighten themselves out and become almost ironed.
In addition to knitwear, for everyday wear, you can choose products made of 100% cotton, which have a high material density and a slight silky sheen, and are also pleasant to the touch. It is recommended to wash such things on the delicate wash mode and either not put it on the spin cycle at all, or select the 600-700 rpm mode. Usually models cannot be ironed, but they do not require this. To be sure to smooth things out after washing, hang them on a coat hanger and place them on a regular dryer.
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2 Buy a washing machine
This type of washing machine has a built-in function: at the end of washing, the device additionally shakes the laundry in the drum. Unfortunately, this mode is not able to iron it, but after it things really do not look as wrinkled as after washing in a conventional machine. Some fabrics will simply need to be smoothed out with your hands and hung to dry, straightening the creases.
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3 Spray with water
An interesting life hack is to sprinkle a thing with water and smooth it with your hands. The clothes will become less wrinkled than they were before this procedure: water and additional pressure will help get rid of creases.
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four Do not leave in the washing machine for a long time
A mistake that many make and do not even suspect that this can greatly affect the condition of the linen. The longer things lie wet in the drum, the more creases and bumps they will have. For some highly wrinkled garments, only ironing with a steam function will help afterwards.
5 Use warm steam
Another option is to hang the item on a hanger in the bathroom while you shower. Moist hot steam will help straighten stubborn creases. Or stock up on a steamer.
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6 Consider product composition and shape
Clothes made of heavy fabrics will not become wrinkled, so sweaters, knitted and simply made from dense materials can be stacked on shelves in the usual way. Thin materials, on the contrary, wrinkle more when folded, so it is better to store them on hangers.
It is also important to know that each piece of clothing in your wardrobe has individual features: a special shape, special seams, inserts and other elements. Therefore, for each you need to think about proper storage. For example, classic trousers with arrows must be folded along the ironed crease, then thrown over the hanger bar. Another storage option may wrinkle the ironed item.
7 Roll into rolls
Another universal tip that will help keep almost any laundry smooth for a long time: fold it into rolls. The option is convenient not only because things do not wrinkle for a long time, but they are also easy to find on the shelf and take them out without hitting neighboring things. In this case, storage in a stack loses a lot to this method.
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