Tumble Dryer

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  1. littlemuffin

    littlemuffin Well-Known Member

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    This is how much baby brain I have I have sat here for the last 5 minutes trying to remember what a tumble dryer is called, I wanted to put washing machiene, then dishwasher. :lol:

    Anyway back to my question. I washed some of the baby grows at the weekend, and after they have dried they are not nice and soft but quite hard. Can I put the baby clothes in a tumble dryer, or will it shrink them?
     
  2. charliebear

    charliebear Well-Known Member

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    I always dried AJ's things in the tumble for softness.
     
  3. spice

    spice Well-Known Member

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    i've put the majority of LO's things in the tumble dryer and i have found that some things have shrunk slightly but not by much!
     
  4. don-don

    don-don Well-Known Member

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    I always use the tumble dryer, couldn't live without it esp in the winter xxx
     
  5. nikki8092

    nikki8092 Well-Known Member

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    The only thing i dont use tumble dryer for is wool jumpers and jeans everything else goes in there. Especially at this time of year xx
     
  6. Lilelephant

    Lilelephant Well-Known Member

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    All of o's clothes go in the tumble dryer and r fine


     
  7. clairebear22

    clairebear22 Well-Known Member

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    The only things of Jack's that I tumble dry are his socks, his bath towels and his muslins. The rest goes on the airer! I don't want any of it to shrink because it'll last longer, they're never hard/rough once they're dry though?! I don't even tumble dry his bibs! lol x
     
  8. Constantstar

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    I tumble dry Owen and they are fine but I use conditioner during the wash part too x
     

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