How can you reduce the chances of clothes shrinking in the dryer?

Answer

The hot air in the dryer or the heat in it causes more shrinkage than hot water in the washer. Washing in warm, not hot water, and then hanging the clothes out to air dry without putting them in the drier will reduce the chances of the clothes shrinking.
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