Usually, the pieces that you love the most are
the ones that get accidentally ruined. How your favorite sweater went from fitting you like a dream into one better suited for a
child can be frustrating as well as expensive.
So instead of blaming yourself for what happened
because you suddenly need to buy another to replace it, I have a simple
trick that you may want to try to grow your shrunken sweater back.
All you need is to take that shrunken garment and soak that sweater in cold water for three hours with one-half cup of plain
salt (without iodine).
When that amount of time is up, gently wash your
sweater as you normally do.
However, you will need to add one-half cup of a
hair conditioner to the rinse water. By doing so, you will be delicately
loosening those stressed and tightened fibers.
Some sweaters will return and grow back better
than others. Nonetheless, this sweater trick did seem to work miracles on a few of my sweaters that I, otherwise, would have given up on as hopeless.
Just in case you find yourself in this situation,
I hope you try this tip because it does help grow that sweater back!