• Probably not. Many of the dry-clean-only articles can be machine washed successfully. It's the manufacturer's way of saying they're not responsible for any shirinking or fading that might occur if you do.
  • Lots of manufacturers label garmeents as dry-clean only because they have to test items to ensure they won't be damaged by regular washing. It's an expensive process. The cheaper & quicker option is not to bother and label as dry clean only. Washing items on a cool wash and use a colour washing powder.
  • hopefully they havent been

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