Monday, February 27, 2012

Woo Are You #2


It seems to be a laundry theme this week. 
Here goes:
1.  Do you fold your laundry right after it comes out of the dryer or do you wait?
My laundry has to be hot out of the dryer. If it is cold I stick it back in and fluff it so I can fold it nice and warm.
2. What kind of laundry detergent do you use?
I use the Members Mark high efficiency liquid from Sam's Club. I have the makings for a homemade batch but haven't gotten up the guts to do it yet!
3. Do you use fabric softener?
No. It used to be I wouldn't remember now...
4. Do you have a front loading washer and dyer or a top loading?
I finally got a sexy red front loading washer and dryer last year with the tax return. Is it sad that I can find a new appliance sexy?
5. On a scale to 1-10 (1 being the least and 10 being the highest) how well do you like
doing laundry?
I actually like doing the laundry. The sorting, loading, switching and folding. Its the putting away I loathe. So I give it a 7.
That was fun! I look forward to next weeks lists
See ya friends!


  1. I would love to try your homemade recipe! I think it is great to think your washer and dryer are "sexy"! Maybe that is what kind of relationship I need with mine to make me enjoy doing laundry more! Thanks for linking up to Hoo are you!

  2. Get the guts and make it! I make it and i love it!

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  4. we have been using the homemade kind for over a year and love it. I even sell it local to people. It leaves no perfum odor on your clothes. Top it off with 1/4 cup (just add when you add the clothes, no need to wait for rinse cycle) of epsom or sea salt on top of the clothes and you have super soft clothes without the chemical residue of fabric softener.