Monday, March 12, 2007

Laundry Tip #749

When using a Downy ball in the laundering process, it may be beneficial to occasionally check the machinery to ensure that aforementioned Downy ball has not nestled itself securely within a pants leg, thereby invalidating the use of said Downy ball and requiring a second-level laundering of the pants leg.


Blogger Garpu the Fork said...

Yeah that is a problem. I also love it when the downy softener balls wedge themselves so that they can't open.

3/13/2007 1:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ugh, I've always hated those dumb things! They seem to mis-fire (or not fire at all) more often than they work.

Let's hear it for dryer sheets!

3/13/2007 7:35 PM  

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