“To me, ‘dry clean only’ means toss in the washer and cross your fingers” — Maxine
Seriously the clothes manufacturers that label their products as “dry clean only” must have stock in laundromats. But they aren’t going to fool me. No I’m too smart for them. I know what “dry clean only” means. I throw all of my garments in the washing machine just to prove them wrong. Sure I’ve had the occasional fatality. A sweater might come out of the dryer the size of a Barbie doll from time to time. Sometimes my white shirts turn bubblegum pink or even tye-dye. One time I put a dress in the washer and it disappeared on me. I’m fairly certain the laundry police came and took it to teach me a lesson. I don’t even read the manufacturers laundry labels anymore.
- The laundry tags are not there to annoy you and irritate your neck. Find out reading this post: What Do The Manufacturers Laundry Tags Really Mean
Do you know anything else about manufacturers laundry labels that we don’t know?