Since hubby left the army it is banned lol in our house. We have 2 for some reason but they do not get used.
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01-08-2012 11:52 #41
01-08-2012 12:05 #42
I don't hubby does. When are you going to learn frenchie, ironing is men's work.
01-08-2012 12:12 #43-
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DF irons. I don't.
01-08-2012 12:45 #44
I go out of my way to buy clothes that don't need ironing, I only have a few dresses for special occasions that need ironing, DD's wardrode is the same.
The only regular clothes that need ironing are DH's work shirts, but he does those.
My mum irons everything - it seems like such a waste of time!
01-08-2012 12:49 #45
Nope, havent ironed an item of clothing in at least 7 years. DP had to iron a pair of jeans a few years ago and we realised we dont own an iron........turns out heating the bottom of a large saucepan and running that over the jeans worked just fine
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01-08-2012 12:55 #46
DH irons his clothes before getting dressed (tshirts, shorts), rather than after they're washed.
So I've told him he's an expert and delegated all ironing to him, I rarely iron my own clothes, most of them don't need it, but I get him to iron DDs dresses and DSs shirts for church.
01-08-2012 13:09 #47
Nope - but my ironing lady does! Worth her weight in gold!
01-08-2012 13:11 #48Senior Member
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I haven't ironed for years. My partner irons his clothes almost every day, and if I need something ironed, I get him to do it. I figure he's better at ironing as he has to do business shirts which seem fiddly.
01-08-2012 13:14 #49
Yes and no. I'll iron something if we're going out to dinner some place nice (which was about ...ahhh well let not go there) or to a wedding or funeral. Or when I'm working I'll iron but I usually try and get work clothes that don't really wrinkle.
My MIL irons EVERYTHING. Even the sheets and tea towels :what:
01-08-2012 13:15 #50
NOPE haha, only thing I iron is my rodeo shirt as they have that really bad thin cotton
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