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Do You Iron Everything You Wear?
Feb 6 2008 • By
i hate ironing just through a sweater over wrinkled shirts and call it a day anybody ask, i just say i bought it that way. they'll never know, the 'fashion' goes these days. :D
i hate ironingjust through a sweater over wrinkled shirts and call it a dayanybody ask, i just say i bought it that way.they'll never know, the 'fashion' goes these days. :D
only work stuff, nothing else
only work stuff, nothing else
I just throw everything in the dryer for a few minutes before I get dressed. Warm and wrinkle free... how nice.
Ironing takes too much work. I only do it if I have to.
Other - I can't remember the last time I ironed something.Sometimes I'll pull out the Downy Wrinkle Releaser, but that only does so much. If the wrinkles are really bad I hang it by my shower so the steam will get some of them out.And sometimes I take my straightener to a hem if it's flipped up.
Other - I can't remember the last time I ironed something. Sometimes I'll pull out the Downy Wrinkle Releaser, but that only does so much. If the wrinkles are really bad I hang it by my shower so the steam will get some of them out. And sometimes I take my straightener to a hem if it's flipped up.
I hate ironing, and I'm really bitter that that "iron spray" thingie that was out last year didn't work.
Only if I HAVE to. I hate ironing so much. In fact, I tend to buy clothing that I know won't need to be ironed too much.
I mean if the wrinkles are really bad - yeah ya gotta iron them!
If there are wrinkles of course I iron 'em out. Who wants to look frumpy?!
I only iron when its bad and even then. My jeans sometimes get wrinkles in them for some odd reason.
Only button-down shirts, etc. that get really bad wrinkles. Usually I throw whatever I'm going to wear in the dryer and turn it to dewrinkle while I hop in the shower. Wrinkles are gone!
Only if the wrinkles are really bad.
i am in college so i NEVER iron anything!! i do love the downy wrinkle release spray, and i use that religiously on my clothes... it works!! the only thing i have ever ironed since i have been is college is my cheer uniform because wrinkled uniforms look horrrible.
my mom used to iron everything (t shirts...jeans...pants) and with starch, and it felt bad, so i hate ironing now. i do it for nice things only
my mom used to iron everything (t shirts...jeans...pants) and with starch, and it felt bad, so i hate ironing now.i do it for nice things only
I should start lol. I never iron because it is too time consuming but when my boyfriends shirts need it or my jeans are reeallly wrinkley or i have a nice shirt or dress i need to wear for the day then yes.
never! throw that ish in the dryer!!!
i'm a horrible ironer. somehow i always manage to iron more wrinkles into the clothes than were there in the first place!
I used to iro EVERYTHING.. including my t-shirts.. now im way more laid back. I just try to hang my clothes right after they get out of the dryer :) But since i always hang dry my jeans i kinda have to iron them to get the wrinkles out. I will admit that i have gotten lazy and don't do it as much.
I go out my way to buy clothing I do not have to iron. Cotten knit is my best firend. And if I do iron anything, it is my work clothes.
Only if it's super wrinkly. Mr. Books, on the other hand, irons EVERYTHING, including t-shirts and jeans.
I used to iron everything...even t-shirts! Now if the wrinkle are bad I spritz with water and toss it in the dryer for a couple minutes. I can't stand ironing anymore
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