Don't have time to iron your shirt? Here's a quick, hands-free tip to de-wrinkling clothing if your hands are full with getting kids out the door.
Many shirts boast "wrinkle-less fabric" and it's possible to wear them regularly without having to iron. But leaving shirts in the dryer for too long after the cycle ends can product major wrinkles. Rather than re-wash them to remove the wrinkles, simply put ultra-wrinkled shirts back in the dryer with a wet towel for 20 minutes.
Soak a hand towel in water and place it in the dryer along with your wrinkled shirts. Dry on a regular cycle for 20 minutes and removed your freshly-fluffed shirts that are mostly-wrinkle free.
This technique doesn't remove all wrinkles completely, but it does take out most. It's a great solution for casual wear. You can also avoid wrinkles completely by hanging up button-up shirts and dresses with wrinkle-prone fabric right away after washing. It's easy to take the maintenance out of your wardrobe.
Have any easy wardrobe tips yourself? We'd love to hear them!