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    Wash shrunken clothing items "in a solution of 1 part white wine vinegar to 2 parts water for 25 minutes." After washing the item(s) stretch it back to it's original size. After stretching it let it "air-dry".

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    • G H

      Shrunken Wool Clothes Wash shrunken clothing items "in a solution of 1 part white wine vinegar to 2 parts water for 25 minutes." After washing the item(s) stretch it back to it's original size. After stretching it let it "air-dry". Let me tell you, I have a very long torso so throughout my life I have given away a lot of clothes that shrunk in the wash! I can't wait to try this!

    • sarah glen

      Shrunken Wool Clothes Wash shrunken clothing items "in a solution of 1 part white wine vinegar to 2 parts water for 25 minutes."  After washing the item(s) stretch it back to it's original size.  After stretching it let it "air-dry".  I can't wait to try this!

    • Peggy Smith

      Another pinner said: Reshape Shrunken Sweaters with white wine vinegar

    • Stacy Eubank

      Reshape Shrunken Wool Sweater♥

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