I recently purchased some no-iron 100% cotton shirts for the first time, and whatever it is that the fabric is treated with to make it wrinkle-resistant, oddly seems to also make the fabric more susceptible to soiling at the collar and cuffs. What's more, the soiling is more difficult to remove than with regular cotton -- normally just pre-treating the collar works like a charm, but even with pre-treatment, these emerge from the wash slightly soiled. Has anyone had this experience with wrinkle-resistant cotton and/or can anyone recommend a good treatment for this?
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10/24/04 at 6:14pm