Well, nothing revelatory. Only that I should wash the shirts in warm water, hang to dry, and then lightly mist before ironing with Â a dry iron. In the past, I had been taking the shirts straight from the washer and ironing with a dry iron. She explained that when taken straight from the dryer, the intelining in the collar and cuffs is too thoroughly wet to be dryed by the iron and you end up either cooking the fabric to dry the collar, or end up with a still-damp and poorly ironed collar. She emphasised the importance of a fine mist as opposed to a thorough dampening by a harsh spray of water. I used to wash shirts 3 at a time and it was a chore to get them all done while still damp. Now, I wash them by the half dozen and iron when I need them, or one a day, whichever is more. Again, nothing earth-shattering. In fact, this was probably recently passed on in this forum; I just failed to register the information.