I don't think you really can. You might be able to stretch them back out just a little, but they'll never be the same size as they were before you threw them in the dryer.
by rutley 6 years ago
Does anybody out there still hang their clothes outside on the line to dry?
by stevemark122000 9 years ago
Or would we be exactly the same as we are now. For example: how high we can jump, how much we can lift in relation to our body weight, how far we can fall without getting hurt?
by Shasta Matova 6 years ago
How do you wash your clothes?I am interested in finding out how people from different parts of the world wash their clothes. Do you use a clothes washer for everything?Do you hand wash anything? What do you hand wash?Do you use a clothes dryer?Do you use a clothes line? How...
by Andromeda10 9 years ago
Why is my clothes dryer making a high pitched noise? We just had the "fried" circuit breaker wire replaced.
by Sia 3 years ago
Currently at the point where i have been in many failed relationships after putting my all into them and getting cheated on, betrayed, lied to etc.I'm at the point of giving up. Is it me, my luck or the guys I know?Can anyone offer any advice on what i seem to be doing wrong?Thank you in advance.
by Hui (蕙) 7 years ago
In China, people typically hang up wet clothes out in the sun.In universities, students are encouraged to air their quilts outside to touch the sun,especially in winters,while universities may limit it to fixed areas. However,it is different in Canada where I now live. People always use dryer...
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