How do you UNWRINKLE Tshirts?

candy2100

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I have a ton of Tshirts, which I keep in dresser drawers.

Sometimes I find they are wrinkled or creased on the sleeves (maybe from sitting in the drawer so long?).

My question is: What is a good way to fix this? The iron? A steamer?

Any other ideas?
 
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ohbytheway

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Don't worry about it. Just kidding. I'm an ironing fool so maybe someone else will enlighten us all.
 

bubbleloba

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You can hand the shirt up in the bathroom while you shower. The steam can help de-wrinkle, but it does take a while.

Ironing or using a hand-held steamer are the quickest ways.
 

chyeah

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I use a hand-held steamer. I find that using an iron stretch my t-shirts out.
 

sillywahine

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sometimes when I am in a rush I use my ceramic hair straightener! Ceramic does not burn clothes and works great in a pinch! glide on glide off!
 

Charlie

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sometimes when I am in a rush I use my ceramic hair straightener! Ceramic does not burn clothes and works great in a pinch! glide on glide off!
OMG, what a great idea. I usually iron them but if they are not super wrinkle I throw them in the dryer too. It is great during winter haha. :P
 

TxGlam

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sometimes when I am in a rush I use my ceramic hair straightener! Ceramic does not burn clothes and works great in a pinch! glide on glide off!
I've tried that several times but if u tug too hard it will stretch it out.. Esp in the neck area
 

lcs

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My vote is for a few minutes in the dryer. It won't really shrink the shirt or anything...you can even use the Low setting. I barely ever use an iron, unless I need to crease a collar or something.