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Do You Iron Your Sheets?

It sounds crazy to me, since ironing is one of my least favorite chores. But apparently, there are a number of people out there who iron their bedsheets. Tell the truth: Do you do it?

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Performita Performita 8 years
All my linen is made of a material called crepe. Its cotton alike but very stretchy. this material is not supposed to be ironed, and it's very comfortable and pretty nice looking. In the winter I love the sheets made of stretchy-terry... very warm and also no ironing :) If I had a satin linen (which I have been dreaming about for some time, and I might buy it for spec. occasions) I would definitely iron it!!!
Performita Performita 8 years
All my linen is made of a material called crepe. Its cotton alike but very stretchy. this material is not supposed to be ironed, and it's very comfortable and pretty nice looking. In the winter I love the sheets made of stretchy-terry... very warm and also no ironing :)If I had a satin linen (which I have been dreaming about for some time, and I might buy it for spec. occasions) I would definitely iron it!!!
Ejmcmis Ejmcmis 8 years
What the .... are you kidding me?? people iron sheets? not unless they have a maid full time.
Ejmcmis Ejmcmis 8 years
What the .... are you kidding me?? people iron sheets?not unless they have a maid full time.
MandyJoBo MandyJoBo 8 years
Now that I think about it, my sheets have never struck me as needing an ironing. I do put them on straight from the dryer, and I pull them nice and tight, so I guess that helps. I do love a nice, hotel-like bed, but wrinkled sheets? I've never even noticed.
MandyJoBo MandyJoBo 8 years
Now that I think about it, my sheets have never struck me as needing an ironing. I do put them on straight from the dryer, and I pull them nice and tight, so I guess that helps. I do love a nice, hotel-like bed, but wrinkled sheets? I've never even noticed.
veronicaraye veronicaraye 8 years
Hahah..funny question..never considered that.
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 8 years
I dont own an iron, i put everything in the dryer!
jenivee jenivee 8 years
too lazy to do it but i usually make my bed once it's done drying so i never found the need to.
MamaD MamaD 8 years
WHAT????? If you iron your sheets something tells me you don't get many chances to wrinkle them up!!!! Hahaha!!!The best thing about the wrinkles is how they got there!!! I strip the bed, wash & dry it all and then make the bed!!! Quick, 1,2,3.
mrspiven mrspiven 8 years
its never even crossed my mind to iron my sheets!
beingtazim beingtazim 8 years
iron sheets? i don't iron anything!
demeter demeter 8 years
Now why would I do a silly thing like that?!
Heart-Holland Heart-Holland 8 years
I'm just impressed that I even own an iron. Using it on sheets would happen only if I owned a Bed & Breakfast.
pmlayden pmlayden 8 years
and after the crazy way i fold the fitted sheet, ironing would be a good idea... but i've never
Nickey Nickey 8 years
I am just amazed at the fact that people say that they iron their sheets for any reason at all. I fold them as soon as they come out of the dryer or put them on my bed. I don't even think about the wrinkles.
workofiction workofiction 8 years
Talk about a huge time waster!
gruaig_rua gruaig_rua 8 years
Not a chance in hell!!
gruaig_rua gruaig_rua 8 years
Not a chance in hell!!
Fashion Fashion 8 years
That's crazy Type A talk! xo
Fashion Fashion 8 years
That's crazy Type A talk! xo
rubialala rubialala 8 years
No, I don't, who has time for that with a kid? I barely have time to iron my shirt before work!
cgmaetc cgmaetc 8 years
I hear you Lizzy, I didn't even know people did this outside of hotels! Y'all do this for company? Gimme your addresses... I'm coming for a visit. If you buy a high enough thread count, dry the sheets hot enough, then fold them right out of the dryer, there's no need to iron the sheets. I don't even think I'd pay my housekeeper to iron my sheets.
cgmaetc cgmaetc 8 years
I hear you Lizzy, I didn't even know people did this outside of hotels! Y'all do this for company? Gimme your addresses... I'm coming for a visit.If you buy a high enough thread count, dry the sheets hot enough, then fold them right out of the dryer, there's no need to iron the sheets.I don't even think I'd pay my housekeeper to iron my sheets.
beam4888 beam4888 8 years
never
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