How to remove wrinkles from linen (the easy way)


Here's an easy method to remove stubborn wrinkles from (real) linen!
All you need is your iron and damp t-shirt or cotton towel.
Works better than the "linen" and steam settings on your iron alone and will leave your linens completely wrinkle-free, softer than starching or sizing, and you don't run the risk of scorching!
regular iron vs. damp cotton method

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2 comments
  • Miriam I
    on Oct 1, 2012

    Great tip, Jami. Suitable, too :)

  • Helena @ Design Wotcha!
    on Oct 2, 2012

    i love the feel of linen bedsheets and have got lazy over the years just ironing the pillow cases and fold over part of the sheet, so i will definitely be trying this tip.

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