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    Default Will damp/cold clothes shrink in the dryer?

    I am having trouble getting my clothes to dry as it is so cold ATM. They are hanging inside, but still remain damp/cold for a number of days and I need them!
    If I put them in the dryer, would they shrink like they would if placed in soaking wet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by singa06 View Post
    I am having trouble getting my clothes to dry as it is so cold ATM. They are hanging inside, but still remain damp/cold for a number of days and I need them!
    If I put them in the dryer, would they shrink like they would if placed in soaking wet?
    Nar I recon they will be okay, but my dryer doesn't get super hot so doesn't shrink anything tho

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    I've put damp clothes off the line into the dryer and never had them shrink

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    I would put them on the cool setting, should be fine

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    Thanks all. I dont really have a cool setting, just normal, iron dry and extra dry.

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    I put everything I own in the dryer and have never had anything shrink

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mallie View Post
    I put everything I own in the dryer and have never had anything shrink
    same nothing shrinks another myth I love my dryer

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    I just read in another thread that you can put dry shirts in the dryer and they come out all ironed like? Is that right?
    *starts throwing everything in the 3 ironing baskets around the house into the dryer*

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    Nothing shrinks in my drier.

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