Making Second Hand Clothes Look New

My kids wear hand-me-down and second hand T-shirts, pants and shorts. To keep them from looking like what they are, I iron (even the T-shirts) with store brand wrinkle release spray. The clothes end up looking crisp and brand new. I use an old pillow case to cover T-shirt decals to keep them from melting to the iron.


Then make sure to hang the T-shirts on hangers instead of folding them.

By Matinga

September 12, 20080 found this helpful

I'm just curious, do you iron them every time after you wash them, or just the once?

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April 23, 20110 found this helpful

I have the same question as sue; every time? I also did not realize that there was a wrinkle release spray; of course I am up in years and sometimes do not know these new ideas.

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