... and don't bleach or dryclean it either. While changing my IKEA vinyl shower liner today, for some reason I noticed the back side of the package.
It's weird already that IKEA needs to warn the consumer against machine washing/drying, bleaching, ironing, and drycleaning the $5 liner, but it's telling that only the US consumers are given these warnings.
Apparently for other countries a simple 100% PEVA does the job, they just know what not to do. Admittedly I had no idea what PEVA was, but thank goodness for the warnings. I was about to spend hours washing, drying, bleaching, and ironing my old shower liner