permanent-press


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used of fabrics that do not require ironing

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Many consumer products, including nail polish remover, permanent-press fabrics, and deodorants, also contain formaldehyde.
There was "high acceptance" of the low maintenance of the permanent-press feature, with a "low incidence" of problems after laundering at home, aboard ships and in field laundries.
That means harmful pathogens are apt to survive and thrive after home laundering, particularly if employees are protecting their budgets by laundering infrequently, or their permanent-press polyester uniforms by keeping them Out of hot-water washes or high dryer settings.
She uses only permanent-press cloth tablecloths and cloth napkins, and the hostess says the tedious aspect of party-giving is laundry the next day.
Formaldehyde is also used to produce permanent-press clothing and curtains, as well as to preserve some paints.
She wears matching permanent-press pants and tops in bright pastels so she doesn't have to waste time ironing.
Other claimed features include the Quad Clean Wash System; a low-water permanent-press cool-down, and a larger fabric-softener dispenser.
It is present in car exhaust, cigarette smoke, and emissions from gas stoves and furnaces, kerosene heaters, and power plants, as well as in permanent-press fabrics and urea-formaldehyde foam insulation materials, which were widely used in Canadian and U.
For example, if you decide to give clothing, look for pullover styles, permanent-press fabrics and items that fasten with zippers, snaps, Velcro or large, flat buttons.
A multitude of consumer products, including permanent-press cotton clothes, detergents, cosmetics, deodorants, shampoo and milk also contain formaldehyde.
The significance of her permanent-press process was publicly acknowledged when she was inducted into the National Inventors Hail of Fame in 2008, one of only six women to have ever been so acclaimed.
It is also added to paints as a preservative and to upholstery to give it a permanent-press quality.
It protects latex paints from mildew and inhibits wrinkles in permanent-press fabrics.
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