Sometimes you really love a particular shirt, but you can’t wear it - because it’s too big for you! Maybe it was a gift, maybe you’ve lost a lot of weight, maybe you are proud of the logo, or maybe you have bought a lot of ladies wholesale t shirts and want to shrink some of them. And you want to shrink the shirt and make it wearable. There are many ways you could make your shirt smaller.
The most obvious, is shrinking it in the laundry. The tag on the shirt will tell you what it’s made of, since the certain types of shirts will shrink with heat, and others won’t - and cotton and wool will shrink when you wash them with hot water. Your shirt and many other ladies wholesale t shirts might have some specific instruction on the label on how to wash it to avoid shrinking - you want to ignore this advice! The tag might specify a specific water temperature, like warm or cool; wash it in opposite temperature to shrink the garment.
If your shirt is made of cotton, you can try shrinking it by soaking it in a sink full of hot water. To make the water even hotter, boil a kettle of water and pour some there. You might want to wash it as you shrink it, so add a teaspoon of laundry detergent to the sink - but if you do, you want to rinse it later. Let it soak for about five minutes, then remove it and let it dry, preferably flat on the rack or a dry towel - don’t hang it to dry. Be wary that it might affect the color of the shirt. Alternatively, you might want to soak the shirt in warm water and hang it up in a warm place to dry. That's why a lot of retailers rent space to dry their ladies wholesale t shirts.
If it didn’t shrink enough, you might also try washing it in the machine on hot - select the “whites” setting. If you want to, you can add a cup of vinegar to the machine to preserve the color. You might not want to heat it, so instead you could use “permanent press” setting. And you could use a machine dryer, preferably with a gentle dry setting.
You could ask for professional help - whether from the tailor or from dry cleaners.