|Painted and added new shelf|
|Painted chicken red, and added new sign.|
See the Zote soap?
I also love the red and white enamel tub.
See my enamel bowl full of clothespins.
I was able to move right into the laundry room,
after we finished the kitchen remodel.
It was much easier and faster!
I think being able to refresh this room has helped me.
It was so plain jane. Now it is really
clean and tidy.
I put up pretty sage green lace curtains over the windows,
and some pretty stripped green curtains over
our food pantry shelves.
Your clothes are an investment!
I believe it is important to take care of them.
A Few Laundry Tips:
If you want to keep your femine clothes nice,
always wash your things(skirts, pretty tops, sweaters etc.)
I also have started using only delicate laundry soap,
on my things. As I have noticed so much fading
in my colors.
Place your under garments in a garment bag:
and wash your bras, but do not dry in the dryer!
Also, If you wear tights place them in a garment bag
to wash, but hang to dry.
And when you start a load, check water level
and pour soap in first.
Add fabric softener in its dispenser with a bit of water.
Also, wash only your whites and lights together
your darks separate.
Do not dry your clothes overly dry!
As this is where shrinking comes in.
And some skirts you can just hang, as with some slacks,
to completely dry.
Hang all your skirts up and tops that you keep in
your closet. And fold all the others.
Iron as you need them, or pick a time that works for you.
Now, I know many of you have large families and
a never ending cycle of laundry.
But washing your clothes separate will pay off!
One wise women said:
Laundry never ends!
She select wool and flax and works with eager hands.
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