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out shopping at the weekend, i noticed some shops selling "iron free" shirts, are they a new thing? any way, my question is:what makes them iron free, is it a special material, are they coated in something or what?
"Iron free" means they are not anylonger (at last!) those used from medieval knights in fightings? 
It could simply mean it is a style that looks OK even when its wrinkled and creased. More likely, it is what used to be known as drip dry, which tends to have a substantial amount of plastic in them.
but Iron is good for ewe !!..it strands to reason that clothes must benefit from Iron too !!
took me ages this morning to figure that out, i must sleep more.
In German, the term is "bŁgelfrei", so don't you start thinking that it has anything to do with military music !
Quote from: Karen W. on 11/04/2007 16:39:59took me ages this morning to figure that out, i must sleep more.The first time I read your post, I thought that "Iron-Free" as in the material Iron.. I only just understood that it was the verb "To Iron".. Man I feel stupid lol
I have been told that I may have the condition of and I was wondering if anybody could explain to me exactly what it entails?