Monday, October 25, 2010

Make It. Taking the smoke out of clothes [A clean house on the cheap].

After a weekend of going out and being surrounded by smokers and all kinds of potentially foul smells, sometimes your clothes can reek. But leaving your clothes outdoors after a party will take nasty smells out of clothes.

Here in Chile people smoke everywhere, in bars, restaurants, parties, anywhere you can think. Combine that with the $4/load of laundry, and it seems like you either spend a fortune on constantly cleaning your clothes, and increase wear-and-tear on clothes, or have clothes that smell.

This extends the longevity of your clothes between cycles and works incredibly. I've done this numerous times and the next day my clothes are always free of the nasty smells of the night before.

-- Lauren Williams

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