The tag will not only tell you how to wash and press the clothing, but also the type of fabric it is made out of.
I find that I want to eat only very small portions. The only thing that has been difficult is getting used to my new appetite.
I've been throwing out a lot of my food because I physically feel like I cannot eat that much, and if I do eat too much then I don't feel so good. However, I'm learning to keep all my meals small and frequent (just like I should have been doing all along!).
Let's take a look at some ways to shrink clothing. Note: For cotton, wool and polyester, if the process doesn't shrink the garment enough, follow the directions for pre-shrunk and older clothes later in . You can still make a difference in how your clothes look and reduce shrinking and stretching by using the right laundry techniques. Even then, in almost all garments there will be some shrinkage or stretching due to wear and tear of the fabric. Wash your cotton clothing in hot water. Do not air dry or spin it; instead, after washing put it directly in the dryer, setting it on high. Your cotton clothing will shrink in a blink of an eye. Similarly, all clothing made out of polyester will take no time shrinking if placed in the dryer on high after washing it with cold water.