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Cashmere in the DRYER
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Post# 554913   11/7/2011 at 21:44 (4,633 days old) by dogboy44 (Los Angeles)        

I usually do sweaters in the washer with Woolite like everyone, but today there were SO many, I thought I would try something, and it was GREAT!!




Post# 554981 , Reply# 1   11/8/2011 at 03:51 (4,633 days old) by whirlcool (Just North Of Houston, Texas)        

What did you do that was special except use low heat?

Post# 555025 , Reply# 2   11/8/2011 at 09:03 (4,632 days old) by appnut (TX)        

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There's the shrink guard option. 


Post# 555043 , Reply# 3   11/8/2011 at 10:09 (4,632 days old) by dogboy44 (Los Angeles)        
First

The balls to try it.

The low is a really low heat, and a combination of all the cycle options which don't get much attention for regular laundry.


Post# 555562 , Reply# 4   11/10/2011 at 00:32 (4,631 days old) by jetcone (Schenectady-Home of Calrods,Monitor Tops,Toroid Transformers)        
Cashmere in a dryer??

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that takes some kahones for sure!


Post# 555580 , Reply# 5   11/10/2011 at 03:10 (4,631 days old) by Launderess (Quiet Please, There´s a Lady on Stage)        
Commercial Laundries and Dry Cleaners Using "Wet Cleanin

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For woolen and wools such as cashmere have been putting such items in dryers for ages. Long as one knows what one is doing and has the proper equipment things should be fine.

Of course one isn't going to use blast furnace temperatures nor leave the thing in the dryer until it's crispy.

Using proper chemicals in the wash, rinse and then extracting properly the cashmere sweater will only need a few minutes in the dryer. Commercial laundries have access to wet cleaning chemicals that both in the wash and rinse stablise wool fibers to lessen the chances of shrinking, felting and or distortion.



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