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Uniqlo and Dry Cleaning

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Babysbreath Sat 19-Oct-13 14:06:51

I've bought a couple of Uniqlo jumpers and after wearing them I notice that they are dry clean only. I really don't want to have to pay for dry cleaning, so I'm going to wash them on a hand wash cycle. Has anyone else been successful washing their jumpers instead of dry cleaning?

dexter73 Sat 19-Oct-13 14:40:20

I have some merino jumpers from Uniqlo and I wash them in the machine on a wool wash even though they say dry clean only. They come out absolutely fine.

mirpuppet Sat 19-Oct-13 15:06:27

I wash mine & they are fine.

Pandsbear Sat 19-Oct-13 16:14:35

I hand wash mine (the dry clean only ones) and they are fine too.

Missbopeep Sat 19-Oct-13 17:17:44

What are they made from? You can wash any kind of wool or cashmere on 30C or a cold wash, no problem.

Flo56 Sat 19-Oct-13 17:20:52

I wash all mine (cashmere and merino) on a wool cycle with no problems. Are there really people who dry clean everyday knitwear??

Missbopeep Sat 19-Oct-13 17:22:40

I think some manufacturers say DC to protect themselves if people ruin the clothes by washing. I've never heard of anyone dry cleaning knitwear.

Twinklestein Sat 19-Oct-13 17:25:33

I handwash all my knitwear and I've not had a problem. I've not had the courage to put them in the machine.

I wash mine with Woolite, lay them out flat on towel, and then roll the towel, which gets rid of the excess water, and dry flat.

Babysbreath Sat 19-Oct-13 19:45:47

Thanks for your replies, I will either put on a hand wash or wool cycles- like you have all said.

Butlerz Fri 12-Feb-16 20:27:09

You wouldn't really DC cheaper knitwear as a gentle cool wash is generally ok. Items of higher value (cashmere) are worth DC as the garment won't lose its shape or shrink that way and always look fab.

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