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- n. The quality or degree of being launderable.
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Now, I understand intellectually that black patent is probably a bitch to sew, and that its launderability is, shall we say, questionable, and that it will require black patent accessories the last time I had black patent shoes I was wearing them with ruffled anklets and contemplating my First Communion and that the whole enterprise would be vastly simplified if I could just get an actual belt, and not one sewn on.
When high launderability, is your main concern, especially if you want to use hot water, cotton blankets in colorfast colors or white are superior to wool, acrylic, nylon, or comforters.
The desiderata in sheets are good fit and resistance to shrinking, durability and resistance to pilling, comfort a complicated thing in itself, launderability, fit, economy, and beauty.
Using fine yarns, high thread counts, and high-quality fiber, they achieve a good balance of durability, launderability, and improved hand.
It provides superior comfort, durability, and launderability at lower prices.
For best launderability, choose untreated white cotton and linen, but plan to iron.
There is not only the launderability of the down filling and ticking to consider, but also that of linings, outer fabrics, trims, zippers, and finishes.