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post #16 of 17
Anybody have a problem with brown stains appearing on BB non-iron shirts, perhaps from the heat of the dryer interacting with the teflon (or whatever it is) that makes the shirt wrinkle-resistant? It usually shows up on the cuff edge and on collar points. I even use the gentle drying cycle.
post #17 of 17
Hehe, sorry. I think I used shirt "death" too many times in that post. I've had a few BB non-irons rip or fray badly at the cuffs, after over a year of very consistent wear (I'd say almost once a week, so we're looking at 50 washes and trips through the dryer on high heat). These are dead, in that I won't wear them, and would hesitate to donate. I'm not sure I'd say this is a defect, as these shirts were reliable in a pinch, and I wouldn't say I treated them well. Thank you, Mr. Kabbaz, for your enlightening post. That's an intense ironing regimen.
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