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- Mon, 23 May 2016 20:16:38 EST N+OJ9lMn No.60909
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Best way to get wrinkles out of a dress shirt without an ironing board? I was thinking I'd just wash it, half-dry it, and then try to flatten it as much as possible while it air dries. Will this work? I have a job interview tomorrow and need it to be relatively wrinkle free...
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Eliza Furringlire - Tue, 24 May 2016 23:39:26 EST ljkN+hSL No.60912 Reply
fold it neatly, smoothing out wrinkles, place it under your mattress, sleep on it
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Henry Simmlemedge - Wed, 25 May 2016 18:43:18 EST NVniDk9o No.60913 Reply
Hit it with a steamer, you can buy one in stores for around $40. Just hang it up and steam the hell out of it, that's how i keep my suits wrinkle free. Irons are for chumps.

Leave it hanging in bathroom and fill it with steam if u can't get a steamer, will help a bit but you will need a steamer if it is very wrinkled.
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Hedda Greenforth - Sat, 28 May 2016 23:19:26 EST BkTL6W5Y No.60919 Reply
I know I'm really late OP, but for next time I would do one of those sweet methods those guys gave you and then touching it up with a hair iron if you have one. If you only have a couple wrinkles you can get them out that way. Trying to iron a whole item of clothing with a hair iron would be torture though.

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