have care labels with laundering
when they are available.
General drying instructions
for some special washables
in this section.
fabrics, plastic, rubber, or some stuffed items require drying without heat. Use
Fluff Air cycle or line dry. See Warning
on page 8.
If shoes can be machine
bath towels in the dryer to act as a buffer.
2. If rubber or foam rubber materials
are part of the shoe, use Fluff Air
cycle. For other materials,
see pages 8 and 9 for cycle, time or
3. Remove shoes from dryer while still damp and allow to air dry.
drying, dry one pillow at a time.
Refer to Fluff Air cycle, pages 8 and 9.
1. Make sure coverings
2. Shake and fluff the items by hand several times during the cycle.
3. Make sure pillows are completely
dry. Feather pillows take a long time
drying knitted woolens
is not recommended.
Block to shape
when wet and allow to air dry. Line dry blankets
in shade on a breezy day
over two lines. Pin edges together
them. When partly dry,
turn the blanket over, repin and restraighten.
When dry, brush nap.
Dry as recommended
press fabrics on page 9.
1. Place one or two dry towels in the dryer and preheat 3-5 minutes on a
high setting. This will dry blankets
faster and help avoid pilling.
2. Put blanket in dryer with warm towels. Set control for 20 minutes.
3. Check after 10 minutes.
Remove when still damp. Overdrying
can cause shrinking
4. Place blanket on flat surface or over two lines to finish drying. Gently
stretch to original size and shape.
5. When completely
dry, brush gently to raise nap. Press binding with
cool iron if needed.
drapery weights and hooks before laundering.
replace while still slightly damp. They will dry to fit tightly.
Dry only a few minutes.
1. Leave room in dryer for load to fluff.
2. Remove from dryer while slightly damp. Do not overdry.
Line dry these items.
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