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    My SIL uses a steamer she got online. She swears by it as her son has allergies aparantly it gets rid of dust and mites. It's like the ones they use in stores to keep the clothes pressed.

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    Never!

    Don't have a single curtain in this house!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZewZew View Post
    REALLY OFF TOPIC but...
    DH asked if it was about "meat curtains" which I had no idea what that was until he told me. Oh dear


    well it wasn't just me then!

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    I wish i were that funny and clever but my English is very basic. I will google "meat curtains" to see what they are lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovesushi View Post
    I wish i were that funny and clever but my English is very basic. I will google "meat curtains" to see what they are lol
    Nooo that's probably not a good idea! Sorry to derail your thread

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    You can wash curtains?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Refresh View Post
    You can wash curtains?
    This

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    I never washed mine unless they were dirty. We don't have any now thankfully! My MIL washes ALL of hers every 3 months! She has heavy curtains on all of her windows! She is a clean freak though!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Refresh View Post
    You can wash curtains?
    This. How exactly do you wash them? In the washing machine .. Laundry tub .. Or bath tub?? They'd be huge right? Thank god we don't have any lol.


 

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