What Is the Permanent Press Cycle on a Washing Machine?

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The permanent press cycle on a dryer is a feature of old and modern tumble dryers. When clothes have gone through the regular heated drying cycle, they are then passed through a cool-down cycle. The permanent press cycle on a washing machine features on older models. It sprays waster lightly on the clothing to retain some moisture during the spinning cycle so that fabrics do not crease so much.
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