- Unshrinking wool solution – cashmere, wool and wool blends
- Enhanced formulation optimized for tightly wound fabrics
- Works in 30 minutes
- Hand safe, color safe, and sweater safe
- Made in USA
- Fluid Content: 8 oz
Why does wool shrink? When you buy a sweater, it is made up of long and straight wool fibers. The heat or agitation of the washer/dryer break the protein bonds and cause the fibers to curl up into a ball, shrinking your clothes.
How does Unshrinkit work? Our patent-pending product interacts with the proteins in wool and relaxes the bonds in order to allow you to straighten out the fibers again. Once you’ve straightened the fibers, rinse the sweater in cold water to remove the solution. This allows the proteins to lock back into their original configuration!
Unshrinkit works on all cashmere, wool and wool blends. See our WOOL GUIDE for more information.
When does Unshrinkit work best?
Unshrinkit helps undo the chemical process when warm water or heat from the dryer cause the wool fibers to shrink. Unfortunately, it cannot save a garment that has felted (think tightly locked fibers) and lost all give, nor can it reverse pilling. If you cannot rescue your clothing, please consider donating to Goodwill!
“While my sweaters still fit, they were more snug than I liked. After using UNSHRINKIT, all 3 sweaters had that more relaxed look that they had previously. Would definitely use this again.” -D. Martin
“Love this – like new again. Bought 5 bottles so far. I have beautiful sweaters and years of dry cleaning has shrunk them.” – Debora
For more comments directly from our customers, check out our Testimonials page!
Watch Unshrinkit in Action
STEPS TO SAVING A SWEATER
Fill sink with warm water
(1 gallon), pour entire contents of Unshrinkit into sink.
Soak clothing in mixture for about 30 minutes.
Rinse clothing under running water thoroughly, then gently stretch to preferred size.
Squeeze out any excess liquid and lay clothing on a towel to dry.
Smile. You just saved a beloved top. Consider all the ways you want to celebrate – and then do them all.