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If you wanted to experiment the effects of ironing, why did you not just iron one half of the T-shirt for how ever it would normally take to iron it, let the fabric cool off and then do it over again, to resemble multiple ironing sessions. That way there is only one variable to take into account, wich is the ironing itself, and not the possible wear and tear from wearing it wich can impact the experiments results. Just my 2c.
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