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Laundering Lori Goldstein

I am running out of places to "lay flat to dry." Anyone ever have good luck drip drying her stuff on a hanger? I need some suggestions. please. I have a very small laundry room.

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Re: Laundering Lori Goldstein

I hang ALL my LOGO tops on padded hangers in my laundry room.  I have had no problem with anything stretching out.  Hope this helps.

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Re: Laundering Lori Goldstein

I also hang my pieces on soft hangers.

 

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Re: Laundering Lori Goldstein

I hang to dry also.  I've never had a problem.

 

There are very few things I lay flat to dry. 

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Re: Laundering Lori Goldstein

I put all of her clothes in the dryer for a few minutes to remove wrinkles and then hang to dry, never had a problem. I've even forgotten some of them in the dryer until they were completely dry and didn't notice shrinkage.

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Re: Laundering Lori Goldstein

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I put everything of her's I own in the dryer, on low heat, but I don't have any of the embellished pieces.

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Re: Laundering Lori Goldstein

So easy..........just buy one of those wood or other materials drying racks that stand up with various bars/wooden dowels across.  Anyway, put a towel or two on the top flat part, and lay out your Logo, arms dangling over the sides.  Personally, I wash by hand, then carefully lay the item into the washer, around the agitator, let it spin for a short time (a few seconds or so, a bit more), then stop the spin, take out the item, and lay on the towels on the drying rack.  Very easy. 

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Re: Laundering Lori Goldstein

I have a few of Lori's pieces. I wash on gentle cycle, with Woolite and they come out looking like rags. For the price I paid, I would expect better quality!  Yes, laying flat to dry is pain! I won't purchase any more of her pieces, sadly.

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Re: Laundering Lori Goldstein


@cc123 wrote:

I have a few of Lori's pieces. I wash on gentle cycle, with Woolite and they come out looking like rags. For the price I paid, I would expect better quality!  Yes, laying flat to dry is pain! I won't purchase any more of her pieces, sadly.


Just wondering if you have an agitator machine or an HE machine? I use an HE and haven't had any problems putting her clothes in the normal wash cycle. I am too lazy to hand wash.

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Re: Laundering Lori Goldstein

What a funny thread title!

 

If this comes back in stock at Wal-Mart, grab it!  I have one and love it

 

Hamilton Beach Quick Dry 4-Shelf Garment Drying Station.  About $20.  Don't pay $200 that some fool on Amazon is asking.  That's ridiculous!

 

 

Hamilton Beach Quick Dry 4-Shelf Garment Drying Station

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