Permanent-press meaning

A chemical process in which fabrics are permanently shaped and treated for wrinkle resistance.
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A fabric treated by permanent press.
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A process in which a fabric is treated with a chemical and heat to make it less likely to wrinkle, thus requiring little or no ironing after washing.
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The condition of a fabric treated by this process.
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A characteristic of a fabric, especially one used in clothing, often created by applying a chemical treatment and pressure, which causes lasting resistance to wrinkling and retention of pleats and creases.
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Alternative spelling of permanent press.
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