permanent press definition

  • noun:
    • A chemical procedure where materials tend to be forever shaped and addressed for wrinkle weight.
    • A fabric addressed by permanent-press.
    • A characteristic of a fabric, specially one found in clothing, usually developed by using a chemical therapy and stress, which in turn causes lasting weight to wrinkling and retention of pleats and creases.
    • a fabric which has been chemically processed to withstand lines and wrinkles and hold its shape

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