What happens if I wash my "Dry Clean Only" pants?

Answer They'll explode.Really though, they'll shrink a lot, to the point where they might not fit. And they might lose the shine from the finish.

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Can you wash dry clean only pants?

You can hand wash dry clean only pants, but you cannot wash them in the washing machine. The agitation may cause the material to come out fuzzy. Gently hand wash them in cold water and line dry the... Read More »

Can I wash wool pants?

Many wool pants are labeled as dry-clean only because washing wool in water tends to cause the fabric to shrink. Garments made from 50% or less of wool are probably safe to wash in water. Use a ... Read More »

Can you wash linen pants?

Linen is a great fabric which has been in use since the time of the Egyptian empire, and is still very popular for light clothing in warm weather. It comes in a variety of weights and is often mixe... Read More »

Can you wash wool pants with detergent?

Most wool pants are dry-clean only, especially ones that are 100% wool. Using detergent on pants that are less than 50% wool are less likely to shrink. Use a wool specific detergent, hand wash cold... Read More »