The best way to get wrinkles out of a shirt is to wear one by Eton—body heat alone smooths them out in no time. For any other shirt, here are our top three de-wrinkling methods.

How to Get Rid of Wrinkles

Three ways to de-wrinkle

How to Iron Shirts

Iron: The Classic

Set your iron to medium heat. In no particular order, focus on the front-left, front-right, and back of your shirt. Give each section a light back-and-forth motion with some steam and you'll be good to go. Proper ironing technique takes practice, but it's well worth the time to develop.

how to get wrinkles out with dryer

Dryer: The Rush Job

With a damp towel for steam, toss your shirt into the dryer for two to three minutes. This works best for shirts made of oxford cloth or linen, and while it won't get out every wrinkle, it gets the job done in a pinch.

How to Steam Shirts

Steamer: The Ultimate

Once your steamer's warmed up, the whole process should take 30 seconds or less. While your shirt's hanging, steam the front and back from the inside (this captures the steam better) to release its wrinkles. If you don't have a steamer, hanging your shirt in the bathroom while you shower kills two birds with one stone, and gets close to the same effect.

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