Learning to Wash Clothes - page 2
So I just got done with orientations a few days ago and saw the awful dove-apparel uniforms I have to wear. They cost more than anything in my wardrobe, breathe like a chain smoker, and feel like... Read More
Nov 8, '09Joined: Nov '09; Posts: 14; Likes: 1There's a lot of good ole fashioned laundry soaps that come in bar form, I can't think of the names of them right now, but they're in any grocery store laundry aisle. Walmart seems to have the best selection. I lived in Brasil, where 3rd world burlap was the norm, and hand washed my clothes for 2 years. The bar soap works excellent on whites, and if you get a stain or something just rub the soap into the clothing dry, maybe with a dab of hot water, preferably from the stove, and let it soak for 10 or 15 minutes. Then you can hand wash or throw it in a reg washer. Knowing the kind of stuff I've gotten on my, a nice machine makes me feel comfortable, followed by a nice hot dryer.