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Good to know! I can't help thinking that a 100% merino jumper will wash and last better than a wool / acrylic combo.
My MIL is a dry cleaner. She often handwashes or gentle machine washes dry clean only stuff. It can be the embellishments that don't like the washing machine, or the spin which wrecks the fabric. How the chemical and heat they dry clean in is gentler than water, I'll never understand. It stinks to high heaven and the waste from it is the most vile stuff I've ever seen!
I've just been looking at a 100% merino sweater on Gap too, which says it's dryclean nly. Surely that would be ok with a handwash? What is it with manufacturers?
It's this. It's slightly shiny.
Are there any embellishments (beads, sequins, embroidery) on it? These can be damaged by machine washing.
It will be fine on a delicate cool wash and slow / no spin. Dry it flat.
obviously your all off scouring your fire irons...
I have jut bought a top, which is nice despite being (to my surprise) 100% polyester. even more surrising to me is the instruction that it is dry clean only. Is there any reasn why it would need this. Would a cold handwash be okay? Thanks.
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