Though there are many ways to fold a shirt, one of the simplest methods begins with placing it front side down on a flat surface and folding the left side of the shirt inwards at the armhole. Next, align the sleeve and t... More »

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Pack a dress shirt by preparing the shirt to be folded, carefully folding the shirt along straight lines, and properly packing it in a suitcase. Other ways to pack dress shirts include rolling and bundling them, although... More »

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Fold a dress shirt face down by folding the sides and arms in and folding the bottom up two times. This extra preparation helps keep dress shirts from wrinkling in storage. More »

To fold a fitted sheet, lay the sheet on a flat surface, fold the sheet horizontally, tuck the top corners into the bottom corners, and fold the sheet lengthwise. Keep folding the sheet in half until it has reached your ... More »

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It is important to let a newly tie-dyed shirt soak for at least one hour before washing it. It is even better to let it sit for a 24-hour period. Keep it in a warm and moist place, such as a plastic bag. More »

To iron a silk shirt, wet it with clean water, set the iron on cool, and iron the shirt through a thin towel. If necessary, repeat the process for better results. Use a spray bottle, an iron, a hanger, a towel, water and... More »

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To get wrinkles out of a shirt, hang it up as soon as it is dry. Gently smooth your hands over the warm shirt immediately after removing it from the dryer. For stubborn wrinkles, use an iron. More »

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