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Is there such a thing as a non-iron school polo shirt?

(17 Posts)
middymo Tue 02-Jun-09 17:13:45

Or non-iron soft fabric blouse? I'm looking for light blue ones. Any ideas?

zanzibarmum Tue 02-Jun-09 18:21:11

My DC children wear non iron polo shirts - they're called creased polo shirts

zanzibarmum Tue 02-Jun-09 18:21:11

My DC children wear non iron polo shirts - they're called creased polo shirts

paisleyleaf Tue 02-Jun-09 18:29:05

I thought all those airtexy (is that the word)? polo shirts were non-iron.

mimsum Tue 02-Jun-09 18:32:05

why on earth would you iron a school polo shirt - it'll be creased and covered with felt-tip and various other indeterminate stains within minutes ( if not seconds) grin

I just wash them, bung them in the dryer or hang them up depending on the weather, then pop on a child

cat64 Tue 02-Jun-09 18:32:20

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RealityIsMyOnlyDelusion Tue 02-Jun-09 18:33:14

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BonsoirAnna Tue 02-Jun-09 18:35:18

If you partially tumble dry polo shirts and then hang them on a hanger to dry, they definitely don't need ironing.

Tinker Tue 02-Jun-09 18:36:32

Just don't iron them. It's not obligatory.

DontCallMeBaby Tue 02-Jun-09 18:39:06

If you tumble dry M&S ones you'll have to buy about six years older than your DC's actually age(s) though. <grumble>

For DDs, pinafore dresses cover a multiple of non-ironing/forgetting-to-stain-treat sins. Not sure there's an alternative for DSs, except stapling them into their jumpers, which seems a tad unfair.

gagarin Tue 02-Jun-09 18:45:02

Very few people iron them

Just be brave...step away from the iron....

sarah293 Tue 02-Jun-09 18:48:25

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Poppity Tue 02-Jun-09 18:58:37

<pops in, reads comments, feels very normal>

popmum Tue 02-Jun-09 19:04:59

sainsburys ones don't crease IMVHO

Mspontipine Tue 02-Jun-09 21:07:18

I never iron ds's asda ones - they're light blue.

middymo Tue 02-Jun-09 22:12:58

shock ..... wink ..... smile ..... <puts iron away>

ihatemyjob Mon 08-Jun-09 15:08:13

I iron them on the day they have their school photos taken.

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