livesoft wrote:I don't see a problem, but I would not wash all 3 simultaneously.
BL wrote: Agitation and temperature change can felt (full) your wool into something much smaller.
nisiprius wrote:Being a Boglehead and not liking to pay for dry cleaning, I mostly avoid buying things that have care labels that say "Dry Clean Only." The things that do have that label, I have dry cleaned, on the theory that dry cleaning costs less than having to buy a new suit because the old one got ruined. Or even a new pair of Ralph Lauren "Total Comfort" 100% wool dress pants at... how much did they set you back? Around ninety bucks a pair? Or even the $20 tie I just had cleaned for $4...
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