Whether you are dealing with polyester clothes, curtains, tablecloths, or comforters, these tips will help you remove wrinkles from the fabric.
You will need
- Polyester fabric
- Pressing cloth
- Clothing steamer (optional)
Step 1 Press the fabric Cover the polyester fabric with a pressing cloth and iron it. Don’t let the iron come in direct contact with the polyester.
Spray the item with a light mist of water before you begin ironing.
Step 2 Wash the item Wash the item and hang it on your clothesline. Do not wring it out first; the weight of the water will help force the wrinkles out.
As a variation on this method, hang the item over a clothes steamer and let the steam draw the wrinkles out.
Step 3 Use a washer with a permanent press cycle Place the item in the washer and use the permanent press cycle. When the cycle is finished, place it in the dryer using the permanent press setting.
Step 4 Remove item from dryer Remove the item from the dryer as soon as it is finished running, and hang it up to prevent further wrinkles.
Heat and water remove wrinkles in polyester by breaking and reforming molecular bonds in the fabric.