Jersey was ironed under wrinkles

Discussion in 'Apparel & Training Gear' started by weka, Oct 28, 2012.

  1. weka

    weka Member

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    Okay, so I bought a jersey and had custom name and numbers. I got Russia 2012/2012 Home jersey with #10 / Arshavin. They lettering was "authentic" and was done right in front of me. They lined it up and pressed the machine down on the jersey and viola... however, I got this jersey in another state and well ... It's mine now but there's something wrong:

    The wrinkles were ironed under the lettering. How do I fix this?

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    and here it is, inside out:

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    The dark spots above is where it's "pinched" on the outside. The wrinkles...

    You can see how noticeable and ugly it is, right?

    How do I fix this? Thank you.


  2. weka

    weka Member

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    All is well! I got it ironed out.. for most part.

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  3. appleCORR7

    appleCORR7 Moderator Staff Member

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    Just be careful when you wash it in future - those plastic numbers can crease in the wash if you dont hang the shirt up straight away.

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  4. weselljersey

    weselljersey New Member

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    be care and never use machine to wash them


  5. tilburysoccer

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    i agree, you should maybe try hand washing them in the sink.
  6. emilysoccer

    emilysoccer New Member

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    hang them up straight, wash by hand, not exposure in the sun;)

    more question pls feel free to let me know
  7. snowman3000

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    I found out that if you cover the wrinkled number with a blank piece of plastic sheet (where a number was on it before it got pressed on the jersey) and you leave the hot iron on it for a few seconds, the wrinkled number will be just like new.

    p.s. make sure the whole surface of the number is covered by plastic or it will stick to the iron and ruin the jersey.

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