Maybe your spouse did it, the laundry was wrong, or you just got distracted and didn't hear the timer ring out. Accidents happen. If your favorite cashmere sweater is now only suitable for your 6-year-old niece, we have a couple of tips for you.
First, take a deep breath. There is no reason to throw out your new little sweater. Try this trick to get your sweaters, cotton t-shirts and jeans back to their original state, writes Furnish home.
Fill the sink with warm water and add one cap baby shampoo or hair conditioner. If you messed up a wool sweater, you might need more shampoo - around 1 / 3 glass. You can also use the product for a delicate wash.
Then put a sweater in the sink and let him drink moisture and shampoo within 10 minutes. This will relax the fiber screed on it. Then drain the water, gently squeeze, removing excess water. Do not rinse it with clean water!
Spread any clean towel on a flat surface and lay a sweater on it. Wrap in a towel so that the towel absorbs water. Clothing should be wet, but not wet in the end.
Place the sweater on a fresh, dry towel. Gently stretch the sweater to its original state while it is still wet. Perhaps you will no longer have the size L, but you can still give it the size of S or M!