yeah. didn't take it to the dry cleaners cause the chemicals would be harsh on the screen print. authentic jerseys are cool, but the replica screen prints die when ironed and put in a dry cleaning machine. anyone else wash their roses yet?
been reading your posts. you're right on the dry cleaning for screen prints. and when looking at your pics what exactly happened?
are you referring to screen print flaking?
i guess flaking is the right word. the edges are defined anymore. i used woolite (detergent that angels wash their togas in), turned the jersey inside out, handwashed it gently. dried it on a towel by patting with another towel on top. i mean its just a jersey, but don't plan on buying supreme jersey's that aren't stitched embroideries anymore.