Yes, you can iron your Lululemon skirts. To do that you need to make sure the heat of your iron is not above 130°C/270°F (in other words on the lowest heat level on your iron) as anything above that will damage your Lululemon skirt.
This is because the heat let out by the iron is hot enough to damage the Lycra elastane that is used in the manufacturing of the Lululemon wears.
It is strongly advised that ironing your Lululemon skirts should not be an activity you should consider.
Although there are people who have actually ironed their Lululemon skirts and got away with it, you might not be that lucky when you try to do that.
Reasons why you should not iron Lululemon Skirts
There are reasons why you should not iron your Lululemon skirts. Some of these reasons as we know them are;
- Colour Defect
- Damage the Lululemon Skirt
- Value for Money
The thing about heat especially when it is coming from a hot substance that has direct contact with fabric is that it possesses the power to change the outer appearance of the surface it is making contact with.
In the case of a hot iron and Lululemon skirt, it possesses the power to change your Lululemon skirt to a different color.
A white-colored Lululemon skirt can be changed to deep orange color with excess heat.
The thing about the Lululemon skirt is that you can’t even tell which is the right heat level and after the impact, your Lululemon skirt must have been having a color riot on it where you have white on some sides and dark orange on the other.
Damage the Lululemon Skirt
When you iron your Lululemon skirt, there is a possibility of you damaging them ranging to about 70% out of 100% which means you might end up not being able to wear them anywhere at all.
With just color defects, you can decide to wear them indoors to avoid being looked at in an awkward manner
But when they go beyond color defects it is a no-go area.
Value for Money
To then think of how much, you must have bought the Lululemon skirts you own should be another reason why you should not iron them.
When you decide to iron your Lululemon skirt, you should consider the amount you spent getting them.
Withstanding that fact will make you think twice before attempting the ironing as the outcome is likely to end up in you not fully enjoying the value of your money.
How to get rid of wrinkles in Lululemon Skirts (Without Ironing)
Just like we can’t separate squirrels with nuts you cannot separate Lululemon skirts with wrinkles especially if you keep them carelessly with other clothes and you probably wash them without special consideration for the fact that they are Lululemon skirts.
In this part of the article, I will outline some of the ways you can follow to get rid of wrinkles from your Lululemon skirts and also how to avoid having wrinkles on your Lululemon skirts.
- Steam them
- Fold them before keeping them
- Do not use the Dryer
Steaming your Lululemon skirts is one of the best ways to get rid of wrinkles on them.
There are many ways you can steam them. The steaming lets the fabric relax and dry on its own accord, this counters the possibility of having wrinkles on them compared to when you squeeze them before drying them.
Fold them before keeping them
Another sure way you can take to make sure your Lululemon skirts are wrinkle-free is to make sure you fold them appropriately before keeping them in the box or closet or wardrobe as you wish.
Many people might not know how important this is in ensuring that your Lululemon skirts are wrinkle-free.
If you keep them anyhow in the midst of other clothes then they will definitely have wrinkles. But if you fold them appropriately before keeping them then you have nothing to worry about with regards to wrinkles.
Do not use the Dryer
The dryer will only complicate things.
Since we all know how some modern dryers work which involves a cycle of spinning until your clothes are dry as needed.
Putting your Lululemon skirts in the dryer will only worsen things in the sense that you might not just have a squeezed skirt, you might end up having a shrunk skirt as the heat is not convenient for Lululemon skirts.
Can you iron Lululemon Leggings?
No, you can’t.
Well, you can decide to iron your Lululemon leggings even though the manufacturers advise strongly against this.
From the manufacturers, you shouldn’t iron your Lululemon skirts and the reason for this is that.
Lululemon leggings contain much of the elastane material in them than in most of the Lululemon wears.
This means that with any application of heat your leggings will shrink. And if they shrink then it won’t be convenient for you to wear again
So yea, you shouldn’t iron your Lululemon leggings as it drastically reduces their chances of lasting long to zero.
Can you iron Lululemon Align Pants?
No, you shouldn’t iron your Lululemon align pants of all things. You don’t want to take that chance and besides this is a great risk that you have absolutely zero chance of recovering from.
When you decide to iron your Align-pants, you can kiss those bye-byes.
There are many other things you shouldn’t do to your Align pants if you want them to last long and these are;
- Do not bleach them
- Do not dry clean them
- Do not iron, never ever!!
You can decide to wash them with cold water which is safe and then let them to dry naturally.
Can you iron Lululemon Dress Pants?
No, you can’t. you should avoid ironing your Lululemon dress pants as this act stands chances of shrinking them.
Although, unlike most of the Lululemon wears this one has a bit of mixture from thickened material, it still possesses the elastane material which is definitely going to shrink with the excess application of heat on it.
The Lululemon dress pants are also carriers of the Lycra which will get damaged when you iron them and not just that, you are advised to wash with cold water and with clothes that are alike because warm or hot water will also make a negative impact on them.
Can you iron Lululemon ABC Pants?
No, you are advised not to iron your ABC pants.
The ABC pants which is in fact the short abbreviation for Anti-Balls Crushing pants are also made with polyester or elastane to be precise.
This material is the reason behind the stretchy feature of most of the Lululemon wears. This material makes it possible for you to be able to stretch without having your balls squeezed or squashed in your trouser when you stretch beyond the limit.
With ABC pants, there is no limit to how you can stretch and this is solely because of the elastane in them.
Can you iron Lululemon Studio Pants?
No. the Lululemon studio pants are made of nylon and then the well-known elastane which makes up its stretchy feature.
When you try to iron your Lululemon studio pants; you are exposing them to excess that they were not built for.
Their reaction towards this amount of heat you are putting them through will definitely result in you losing the value of your money in no time.
You might get away with ironing them in the first place as the case may be but what you don’t know is that you have just reduced the lifespan of the studio pants.
Can you iron Lululemon Commission Pants?
No, you cannot.
The material used in manufacturing the Commission pants is a combination of Lycra and sweat-wicking yarns.
This allows the material to be able to absorb a certain amount of heat coming from your body which in turn lets you enjoy your day without any inconvenience.
What people pay less attention to is the fact that this same material is a combination of Lycra and Sweat-wicking yarns happen to stretch four ways which means that any application of heat will not only shrink it but damage it.
Can you iron Lululemon Short?
No, you can’t. The heat will completely damage the elastic waist and body of the Lululemon short in general.
One thing about the Lululemon wears is that they are made to be stretchy which means there is definitely a pinch of elastane in them that stands to be affected whenever you use iron on them.
Can you iron Lululemon Shirt?
No, you can’t iron the Lululemon shirts. For the fact that you have come across them and must have touched them to know how they feel.
They are stretchy which signifies the presence of an elastic material.
This can either be cotton, polyester, and spandex. Anything elastic stands the risk of losing its stretchiness either by becoming too loose due to the heat or by shrinking and becoming too tight and still due to the heat.