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No Ironing for new shirts?

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    No wire hangers

     

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    I lay mine flat to dry and they never need an iron. I own a steamer that works way better than an iron, but the FJ shirts don't need it.

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    Air dry on a rack, then fold, and into the drawer. Never an issue.

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    I get mine right from the dryer and hang them up and have had no problems at all. The ProDry Lisle shirts are the best and so far don't need any special care other than washing in cold waterand drying them in the dryer on low heat.

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    I get mine right from the dryer and hang them up and have had no problems at all. The ProDry Lisle shirts are the best and so far don't need any special care other than washing in cold water and drying them in the dryer on low heat.

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    When I found out my wife was ironing my old cotton pique golf shirts, but not my new mercerized shirts, I gave all my old shirts to Goodwill.  Great excuse to stock up on the new kind; I have about 20 now. ;-)