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Cotton Men

Posted on Friday, January 28, 2011 in Mens Clothing

Cotton Men
Cotton Men

Have you also heard that wearing non cotton underwear can give way to mold allergy and as well cause severe irritation? Well, this statement is absolutely true. Underwear’s of synthetic materials or any other fancy material are known to be very uncomfortable and irritable. They should only be chosen for only special occasions.

For the daily use, one should always choose cotton underwear. Underwear should be safe, cool and comfortable. And these qualities can all be found in natural fabrics. All of us are aware of the fact that the cotton is one of the best natural fabrics and there could be not other better fabric for underwear than cotton. All doctors and experts recommend choosing cotton underwear as cotton fibers are cool and self absorbent. Besides being gentle to the environment, they are gentle to the skin as well. Cotton fibers are spun very compactly, and hence the fabric does not cause static electricity or irritation to the skin.

Another remarkable reason due to which it is recommended to choose cotton underwear is that cotton fabric is a good conductor of heat. In simple words, it draws heat and allows air circulation, which makes it a perfect fabric for underwear.

There is another reason why is recommended, and it is the way our skin is made. The skin is made of several pores and needs to breathe. So if anything, you choose to wear, if obstructs the flow of air, will definitely lead to skin problems as the skin is unable to breather. Skin problems may occur in the form of bumps, pimples, rashes, irritation and infection also.

Conclusively, it can be said that there are innumerable benefits if you choose this type of underwear. They are durable, versatile, inexpensive and easy to care for.

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Men’s Cotton Blazer Fabric Care (Wash&Dry)?

I have a men’s blazer that I would like to clean, it has a 100% cotton outer shell, 65%polyester/35%cotton interior lining but the fabric care tag says it should be dry cleaned. Is this true? Or can I throw in the washer and dry it on normal? Please let me know what you think I should do.

13 Years Exp. In Dry Cleaning
38 Years Family

I will give you the same answer I have given before.

Yes you can clean it your self. Here comes the BUT once it is dry you will have to iron it. Cotton is not wash and wear. If you don’t mind the ironing then do it your self. Woolite in the sink them air dry but it in the dryer in low when it is almost dry, this will soft it up. Then iron. 75% of clothes brought to the cleaner are more for pressing the the cleaning.

Good luck drop me a email if you have a question.

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