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Post by JR8 » Sun, 21 Sep 2014 9:11 am

You wear ironed underpants? :o :lol:

That's pretty damned high classy!




p.s. I shan't delve further into the issue of stiffness in the underwear department.

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Post by Tanuki » Sun, 21 Sep 2014 11:22 am

sundaymorningstaple wrote:I agree with x9200 fully on this one. Yes, air dried smell better if you are in the countryside without petrochemical hydrocarbon pollution and haze, but Jeans and polo shirts come out of the drier without creases OR my biggest bane in Singapore, STIFFNESS. Even using things like Soflan doesn't solve the stiff/coarse jeans feeling (same in skivvies as well) the tumble drying takes care of that for you and actually removes the need to iron jean or polo shirts completely. In fact, it's a rare day when my wife irons anything of mine at all anymore. Yeah, bit higher utility bill, but easier on the crotch! LOL
It was handy being in the states a couple weeks back. Picked up a couple large boxes of Bounce to help in the dryer!

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Post by JR8 » Sun, 21 Sep 2014 11:26 am

Tanuki wrote:It was handy being in the states a couple weeks back. Picked up a couple large boxes of Bounce to help in the dryer!
You can get them from Cold Storage.

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Sun, 21 Sep 2014 12:53 pm

Tanuki wrote:
sundaymorningstaple wrote:I agree with x9200 fully on this one. Yes, air dried smell better if you are in the countryside without petrochemical hydrocarbon pollution and haze, but Jeans and polo shirts come out of the drier without creases OR my biggest bane in Singapore, STIFFNESS. Even using things like Soflan doesn't solve the stiff/coarse jeans feeling (same in skivvies as well) the tumble drying takes care of that for you and actually removes the need to iron jean or polo shirts completely. In fact, it's a rare day when my wife irons anything of mine at all anymore. Yeah, bit higher utility bill, but easier on the crotch! LOL
It was handy being in the states a couple weeks back. Picked up a couple large boxes of Bounce to help in the dryer!
That's what happens when you use terrible grammar like I do. :-(

Even using things like Soflan doesn't solve the stiff/coarse jeans feeling the tumble drying takes care of for you. It's only when clothes are just hung out to dry (either using an indoor handling system on on the porch or out on galah poles) that they get stiff/coarse because most flats don't have sufficient spacing between them to get a decent airflow (wind to keep the clothes flapping, which causes them to lose the stiffness - just like the tumbling in the dryer. Towels also tend to get stiff without a breeze to keep the fibers moving.
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