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drip-dry

designating clothing or a fabric that will dry relatively free of creases if hung up when wet

drip-dry

[′drip ‚drī]
(textiles)
Of a fabric, shedding water or moisture rapidly without squeezing, spinning, or wringing.
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Along with Pivot, Dornbracht showcased two programme supplements: The single-lever mixer Elio with a retractable outlet and woven-fabric hose and two new Water Units-- a single basin with a flat, slightly inclined drip-dry surface, and another basin with a tap hole bench in which fittings and accessories fit seamlessly together to create one unit.
Garments Before the service, he contacted Birmingham County FA and asked to borrow a ref's kit - because they're allweather, drip-dry and look like clerical garments.
Acrylic, polyester, and drip-dry nylon, changed the face of fashion.
Remaining water droplets clinging to the product are blasted away essentially making the product drip-dry.
I've got floral frocks that are older than my teenage children, drip-dry trousers that remember the punk movement.
With experts predicting we would all be in head-to-toe drip-dry nylon and sleeping in nylon sheets, the static electricity possibilities were alarming.
Repeat the process to clean the outside and drip-dry.