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Whether your jacket has just been washed in the comfort of your home or in an alpine blizzard, it needs to be properly dried to avoid mildew. Here's how to do it: If you don't have a dryer, never fear—you can hang your jacket upside down on a line or tree branch to drip dry. Just be sure to turn out the hood and any pockets that may have collected water.

Put your wet jacket in the dryer.
  • Put your wet jacket in the dryer.

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Set the dryer to a normal or permanent press cycle. Be sure to set the dryer to a tumble cycle if your normal cycle doesn't automatically tumble clothes.
  • Set the dryer to a normal or permanent press cycle.

    • Be sure to set the dryer to a tumble cycle if your normal cycle doesn't automatically tumble clothes.

  • Set the time to about 40 minutes (or however long your dryer usually takes to dry a small load of clothes).

  • Start the dryer.

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