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Narfcake wrote:Space, time, convenience ... folks have their reasons.
I line dry, not just to prevent shrinkage and additional wear (dryer lint are the fibers of your clothes abrading off), but also because of the zero energy cost aspect.
High-five, same here. Hardly anything gets machine dried. (*Occasionally* I'll put things in for about 5 minutes with no heat to soften up and get lint off. That happens about once a week.)
Anyway, my point was just that when people complain that their shirts shrink, it's very likely it's not the shirt's or manufacturer's fault. Same with damage to printing or transfers. Heat's the enemy of a lot of things.
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thermopylion wrote:Well, a friend has seen mine and wants to order them as the uniform for his cafe (currently under construction).
Contact the artist directly, saddly the shirt is no longer for sale.
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