It is rather embarrassing to show up at a meeting or work in a wrinkled shirt. But haven’t we all been there? Most of us have. We could have been in a hurry or the iron could have been broken just when you had to use it or even worse, you don't even own one.
Since we're all about tips, tricks and hacks, every once in a while, we look out for something that is a quick-fix. Keeping that in mind, we have compiled a list of six simple ways to remove wrinkles out of your clothes without an iron.
If you think a hair dryer only serves the purpose of drying your hair, think again. If you didn't know it already, the hair dryer can serve as a clothes steamer too. Turning it to the highest temperature, just direct the hot air onto the wrinkled areas.
Steam from a kettle
If you haven't invested in a clothes steamer, you needn't worry. Use your kettle as an alternative. Simply heat the kettle on the stove. When the water begins to boil, hold your clothes approximately 20 centimetres away from the jet of steam.
Instead of throwing that wet towel on your bed, you might as well utilize it to get rid of wrinkles on your clothing. Just place your clothes on a flat surface. Next, cover the wrinkles with the wet towel and press it with your hands.
The bottom of a pan
Boil some water in a pan. When the bottom is hot enough to work as an iron, make sure you empty it. Place your clothes on an even surface and run the pan over it, like you would run an iron.
If you have a washing machine, this method can be used. All you need to do is, set the drying mode on before you put your clothes in. Just put in two or three ice cubes and turn the washer on.
This method is ideal for hard-to-reach areas, such as collars. Before you use your flat iron, make sure there is no hair or styling products sticking to it. These damage your clothing.
Note: Do not use on delicate fabrics.
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