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anyone have any pointers? i suck @ this...i usually leave my shit in the bathroom withthe shower on and it gets some of the wrinkles out..but when i try to do it myself it turns into a big fucking mess...

any help would be appreciated....just remember i stay in hotels a lot..so dont b givin me the "get starch and fabric softener shit"

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anyone have any pointers? i suck @ this...i usually leave my shit in the bathroom withthe shower on and it gets some of the wrinkles out..but when i try to do it myself it turns into a big fucking mess...

any help would be appreciated....just remember i stay in hotels a lot..so dont b givin me the "get starch and fabric softener shit"

typical eastern european mamma's boy..be a man already

go out and buy a portable steamer

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i was thinkin bout a steamer...them shits work??

It's taking all my restraint not to be a smartass and post a steaming pile of dookie in response...:laugh2:...but anyway....

I personally love steamers. They're much quicker and efficient than ironing.

It's gotten to the point that I wait to get to work to iron any clothes I don't get dry cleaned. Even my father put a steamer on his xmas list.

Bed Bath and Beyond has some decent looking ones...60 bucks or so. Go for it Serge.

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It's taking all my restraint not to be a smartass and post a steaming pile of dookie in response...:laugh2:...but anyway....

I personally love steamers. They're much quicker and efficient than ironing.

It's gotten to the point that I wait to get to work to iron any clothes I don't get dry cleaned. Even my father put a steamer on his xmas list.

Bed Bath and Beyond has some decent looking ones...60 bucks or so. Go for it Serge.

r they bulky???

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a) I always turn the iron a bit higher than recommended - works better

B) Certain clothes you cant iron well. Hilfiger, Polo thick cotton dress shirts - loosing battle. Just drop em off at the dry cleaners

c) Do it the western european way - hang dry. You basically dont even have to iron anything if you hang them the right way. After that, you hardly ever have to iron most clothes.

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anyone have any pointers? i suck @ this...i usually leave my shit in the bathroom withthe shower on and it gets some of the wrinkles out..but when i try to do it myself it turns into a big fucking mess...

any help would be appreciated....just remember i stay in hotels a lot..so dont b givin me the "get starch and fabric softener shit"

front, front, sleeves, back collar... thats my way... i dont know if its right or wrong, i taught myself how to do this crap... but works out fine... i rarely iron my shit though, after one or two wears its off to the cleaners...

anyone here iron their jeans~!? a colleague of mine did and i always found that a lil odd...

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I was just about to start a thread asking how many people use the cleaners for everyday wear type stuff. I wear a lot of polos and khakis at work and stuff and I usually always take them to the cleaners. Just about every shirt that has a collar on it I take in to get cleaned. It's usually only a buck for a shirt, and it's worth it to me to take them to the cleaners. they will last longer and dont' shrink or fade as fast. Plus they look nicer and I don't have to waste a sunday night ironing.

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