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ホームブログ記事 #38623コメント

コメント • Caring for my Naruto T-shirt

  • コメント数:6
  • 2pt
    Hate to break this to you but t-shirts are consumables and anime t-shirt especially tend to be made of very poor material.
    This is part of the reason I like figures.
    1ヶ月前
    6pt
    Coffee
    I have several print t-shirts that I use regularly and I wash all of the (except one) in the washing machine.
    Turn them inside out and have the machine running at a gentle setting (low heat, low spin). Some of my t-shirts are over 2 years old and still show no or very little wear while some have cracked but still look good.
    If you've bought the t-shirt because you want to use it, then you shouldn't treat it like the most fragile thing you own.
    If you're using something, no matter what it is, it will start wearing down sooner or later.
    1ヶ月前
    0pt
    IMO graphic tees look better when they're "distressed" with "weathering" anyways. Gives the shirt more "character." Just toss it in the washing machine. It's too much worry for a single tee shirt or any amount of tee shirts for that matter. I mean hand washing a single tee shirt... Seems like a waste of time and water TBQH.
    1ヶ月前
    4pt
    Mewsie The magi-cooliest✧
    Always hand wash if you're unsure. Otherwise: turn it inside-out, wash in cold, and air dry. :)
    1ヶ月前
    3pt
    I recommend hand washing your t-shirt especially since it has printed material on it. I hand wash my anime t-shirts as well so I don't have to worry if something goes wrong in the washing machine.
    1ヶ月前
    2pt
    I always hand wash stuffs when they have a print on them, I don't trust my washing machine, it destroyed once or twice perfect pictures making them full of cracks T_T
    It is not that much of a work so I recommend you just hand wash it for peace of mind and for sure your t-shirt will live longer to see another daylight.
    1ヶ月前
  • コメント数:6
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