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    If anything needs ironing it goes to the dry cleaners!
    I fold the sheets and doona cover straight from the line.
    No top sheet, hate them.
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    Pillow cases, sheets, doona cover and my little throw that sit on the bed for day time gets washed weekly and once a month pillows, mattress protector and doona get washed. I don't iron any of it though it goes from the machine to the dryer straight back on the bed unless I feel like a change then they get folded straight away and put in the cupboard so they don't wrinkle to much.

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    I wash my sheets weekly (except lately I've been leaving my flanno sheets on for 2 weeks as I only have one set), doona cover / blankets every few weeks, hate ironing, wouldn't dream of ironing sheets!

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    I wash my sheets weekly and the blankets whenever they need it. Definitely no unnecessary ironing going on in this house.

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    Yes I wash sheets and doona cover weekly. But I don't iron them. Doesn't seem to need it. My mum irons hers though and saves time by putting them on the ironing board and ironing other clothes on them so heat transfers through, rotating now and then. I still can't be bothered, lol

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    I wash all sheets weekly and doona covers every fortnight. Hate top sheets so don't bother with them. I generally wash everything, hang out to dry then straight back onto the beds. I hate folding sheets and I hate ironing even more

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    Yes and no I don't iron the doona.

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    Wash sheets and doona cover and pillow cases weekly, never iron! We don't use a top sheet.

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    Ok you guys have inspired me to finally wash our sheets. However it's only been about 2weeks (procrastination duration of 1week) no ironing, no top sheet just for the record!


 

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