|Shrinking jersey?||dave woof|
Nov 5, 2002 7:47 PM
|I bought two long sleeve jersies from somewhere online - both Santini XXL, (euro size, I'm a 42) anyway, one is a full two inches bigger than the other in the chest and waist. I'd like to 'shrink' the larger one by drying it super hot or something rather than sending it back.
It's 40% nylon and 60% Polyester :-)
Any suggestions or will this material shrink at all anyway?
btw one's a Lampre and the other Tacconi/Calderola
Good quality too
|I think a trip through the dryer will shrink one, but....||Scot_Gore|
Nov 6, 2002 4:34 AM
|...what size it is coming out is a crap shoot.
I've had a jersey or two tossed into the dryer with other loads by mistake and they've gotten smaller in the process. Controling the amount of shrinkage would be difficult.
|more likely to melt it....||_rt_|
Nov 6, 2002 9:14 AM
|I haven't had any luck shrinking jerseys in the dryer or otherwise (a constant issue for me as your polar opposite size: XS/XXS).
why not just send it back?
rt <---master of returns due to sizing
|eat a bunch of cheeseburgers and fries||tarwheel|
Nov 6, 2002 4:43 AM
|there's more than one way to skin a cat|| |