Maybe your spouse washed clothes and put something in the dryer that should not go, or you just got distracted and did not hear the timer expired. Accidents happen. If your favorite cashmere looks like it belongs to your 6-year-old nephew, stay calm. There is a solution, and it's pretty simple.
First, take a deep breath. There is no reason to throw this rope in the donation heap – not yet. Try this trick to restore your sweaters, cotton T-shirts, and jeans to their original condition:
Fill a sink with lukewarm water and a cap full of baby or hair shampoo.
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Add the sweater and let it work for 10 minutes.
This relaxes the fibers of the clothing.
Drain the sink.
Gently squeeze the garment and remove excess water. Do not rinse with clean water off towel on a flat surface and put the sweater over it.
Roll up the towel with the clothes to absorb more water. The garment should be wet, but not wet.
Place the sweater on a fresh, dry towel.
Lightly pull on the sweater while it is still damp, and keep it flat until dry.
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