preshrunk


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preshrunk

(of fabrics, garments, etc.) having undergone a shrinking process during manufacture so that further shrinkage will not occur

preshrunk

[prē′shrəŋk]
(textiles)
Pertaining to a fabric that has been shrunk during manufacture in order to minimize later shrinkage.

preshrunk

1. Descriptive of concrete which has been mixed for a short period in a stationary mixer before being transferred to a transit mixer.
2. Descriptive of grout, mortar, or concrete that has been mixed 1 to 3 hr before placing to reduce shrinkage during hardening.
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It can also be preshrunk, and can be quilted or tied up to 4" apart.
Thirty years ago, an ad for Morgan Jones stated, "even with its handcrafted look, [it] is machine washable, iron-free, lint-free and preshrunk.
preshrunk, even dyed, fast colour is available to the industry.
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Tenders are invited for Cloth Cotton Cellular Dark Grey Colour Shirting Preshrunk Dyed With Vat Other Than Mineral Khaki Conforming To Specn,1144-1980.
Among the company's available apparel selection is their iRide Hooded Sweatshirt, which has been designed to the ultimate in terms of both comfort and style with a 50/50 cotton/polyester preshrunk fleece blend that includes air jet spun yarn for sheer softness without material pilling.
It's constructed of 100 percent preshrunk cotton and accented with Realtree AP camo.
These garments are preshrunk, super soft, and comfortable and available at boutiques or online (www.
Each shirt comes with four different sew-on "workforce-look" patches and is made from preshrunk, pre-washed, 5.
And we've really had no problems -- none of the sheets are seamed, they are both oversized and preshrunk, and the twin sheet stretches to fit a twin extra long mattress.
Manufactured by a Pennsylvania company, the throw is 100 percent cotton in 2-1/2 layers, machine washable, colorfast and preshrunk.