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

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By sue (Guest Post)
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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