Does Viscose Shrink in the Dryer?

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Viscose does shrink the dryer. It is best to always take clothing made of viscose to a dry cleaner than to try washing and drying them yourself. A professional dry cleaner will clean the clothing with a dry solvent which will not require the material to be moistened.
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Wool actually doesn't shrink per se - it felts. This felting usually occurs in the presence of heat, hot water and agitation - the conditions that exist in an operating clothes dryer
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cotton shrinks in the dryer because of its fibers. cotton will shrink the most the first time you wash it.
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It's the combination of mechanical action, high temperatures and water that
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Heat tends to shrink clothes. Hang them to dry.
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