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Polyester is a synthetic fabric that generally resists wrinkles, fading and shrinking when taken care of properly. In addition, polyester is also used to create blends that make cotton and other fabrics more durable. But like other fabrics, it also has its weaknesses. It may pill and easily stain with oil-based spills. It is also susceptible to static cling. As a result, polyester garments need proper care to maintain a good appearance and feel.
To wash polyester, start by turning the garment inside out. Then, wash it on your machine’s permanent press cycle using warm water, since cold water doesn’t effectively remove stains from polyester. Finally, dry your garment on low heat in a dryer or allow it to air dry. For tips on what laundry detergent to use when washing polyester, keep reading!Did this summary help you?Thanks to all authors for creating a page that has been read 443,593 times.
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