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    I never iron. DH does all his work shirts himself. He insists because I'm so lousy at it. I'm in no rush to improve my skills...

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    haha - nope. No ironing here. Though hubby irons his work shirts. But I don't iron.......ever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by inbetweeners View Post
    Hell no! The drier is my iron jokes

    We have one but I only iron if we are going somewhere 'fancy' or to an event.... otherwise I hang clothes as soon as I pick them in....
    I iron in my dryer too!

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    My child goes to a private school so yep!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissMuppet View Post
    I never iron. DH does all his work shirts himself. He insists because I'm so lousy at it. I'm in no rush to improve my skills...
    This, so glad I'm not the only one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    My child goes to a private school so yep!
    So do ours! I nearly didn't send them there when I saw the uniforms. The dryer does a great job...and the boys know how to use the iron :P

    MissMuppet, same! Same with dishes...

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    We don't even own an iron! Anything that creases easily gets taken from the line and hung in the closet and it will stay crease free. If something absolutely needs to be ironed I go to mum's

    DS1 starts school next year though, so I may need to invest in one for his uniforms.

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    My ex-MIL was so horrified that I didn't own one that she purchased not only an iron for me, but also an ironing board as well!

    Needless to say neither were ever used and the ironing board stayed wrapped up in its original packaging!

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    I'm going to buck the obvious trend and say yes. I iron most clothes. Not pajamas, underwear, tracksuit pants, but windcheaters, jeans, shirts, t-shirts, etc. DHs work shirts and trousers are the bane of my existence!

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    Argh, I hate going to work and seeing people who obviously dont iron their clothes it is such an untidy unprofessional look. We iron all clothes that crush, except underwear and nightwear, it is no big deal, we do it once a week while watching tv.

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