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I have this beautiful shirt, and it says 100% viscose. I thought you were only supposed to dry clean viscose, but the care label says hand wash or dry clean. I hand washed, and the material feels really funny now (it's still wet, hasn't dried yet.) I'm a little worried now.

does anyone know if this is okay?

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Selena
 

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I have this beautiful shirt, and it says 100% viscose. I thought you were only supposed to dry clean viscose, but the care label says hand wash or dry clean. I hand washed, and the material feels really funny now (it's still wet, hasn't dried yet.) I'm a little worried now.

does anyone know if this is okay?

Thanks!

Selena
I think thats gone after a while; had this with my things to. If it`s dry, it should be gone!
 

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i have a few of those viscose shirts and the one that i hand washed is now unwearable. I would suggest dry clean.
 

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I have a few viscose shirts that I just throw inside-out in a delicates bag and put in my washing machine anyway :eek: I'm too lazy to handwash! They've always come out fine so long as I wash in cold water and hang flat to dry. And yeah, that sort of stuff/crunchy feeling seems normal when they're still damp! Like mentioned above, once it's dry it's completely fine ;score
 

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Viscose is used in Rayon which is hand wash and always feels funky while wet.

When it dries its back to normal, and I use an iron for whatever wrinkles are apparent:magwink
A-OK:thumbsup
 

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When it dries its back to normal, and I use an iron for whatever wrinkles are apparent:magwink
You cannot seperate Joan from her iron.
 
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