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Kirk said they will wash clothes through close Wednesday as well, and will continue to accept donations of detergent, laundry baskets, bleach, fabric softener, quarters, garbage bags and dryer sheets. "My scouts are going out to the neighborhoods


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BabyGanics Loads of Love Dryer Sheets, Baby Fresh 120 ea

BabyGanics Loads of Love Dryer Sheets, Baby Fresh 120 ea

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BabyGanics Dryer SheetsLavender Scent - 120 Biodegradable Fabric Softener Sheets BabyGanics Dryer Sheets Lavender Scent are biodegradable, compostable and recyclable. When your family's laundry comes out of the dryer, you're looking for the 3 S's: Soft, Static-free and Safe! And so are they. These dryer sheets make sure that you're wrapping your family in non-toxic comfort and, of course, love! Non-Toxic & Hypo-Allergenic Bleach, Dye & Chemical Free Manufactured with Wind Energy Hi! We're Kevin & Keith, BabyGanics founding-fathers compulsive, clean-freaks but also family guys! They read other 'green' labels and think Whoa. That's harsh! Safe for the planet should include people, right? So, they make products that clean like crazy and are safe around babies: earth safe, people safe and picky mother-in-law safe. (Did we mention they really work?) But let us know what you think! Science of Safety Hi! I'm Dr. Morris Nejat, Dr. Morris Medical Director and resident guru on all things safe and natural at BabyGanics (Not to mention proud father of 3)! Nothing gets me more excited than educating soon-to-be parents and growing families on how to make smart, healthy and safer choices. We all hear the words green, organic and natural a lot these days but what does it all really mean? You shouldn't have to be a chemist to provide a healthy, safe and natural environment for your family to grow and prosper you just need a bit of information to help you get started. Most people don't think twice about the everyday products we use to clean our homes, to wash and moisturize our skin and to keep our children healthy and safe. The truth is that many common household and personal care products contain questionable ingredients and substances that can easily be avoided.


Static Eliminator Re-Usable Dryer Sheet System 2 ea

Static Eliminator Re-Usable Dryer Sheet System 2 ea

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Static Eliminator Dryer Sheet The first time you use these incredibly effective reusable, chemical-free dryer sheets you'll notice a difference in your laundry. Unlike disposable dryer sheets you throw away after every load, Static Eliminator can be used up to 500 times saving both money and waste. What's more, these hypoallergenic sheets are ideal for allergy sufferers because they're free of the harmful chemicals three of which appear on the EPA's Hazardous Waste List used in conventional brands. Works wonders at removing pet fur from laundry. Guaranteed to never spot or stain. 2 per box. 12L x 7W. These chemical-free sheets eliminate static, soften fabric, and reduce lint. They work at any heat setting and leave no residue. Care: Wash them in the washing machine every three months. How They Work: The weave of the fabric gives them their static fighting power. Carbon fibers, which absorb static electricity, are woven within the fabric. This is a mechanical process; no chemicals are used.


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Quilting and Color Made Easy

Theres always a challenge in quilting, and this book guarantees that quilters can rise to that challenge. Quilting and Color Made Easy provides all the basic techniques needed for cutting, piecing, and appliqu; includes shortcuts for sets, borders, and bindings; gives a straightforward explanation of the color wheel and how to use it specifically for quilting; and provides detailed charts for quilters to analyze and organize their fabric stash. Filled with beautiful photographs and written by two well-known professional quilters, this book appeals not only to the beginner but also to intermediate quilters who want to expand their basic knowledge.

How to Hand-Wash a Crocheted Blanket (in an RV)

Today is laundry day. ) We don't have a washer and/or dryer in the RV. I hope to one day have an outdoor washing area to do the bulk by hand (I dream of having this wringer ), but that is not our situation at this time. The cost for a "regular" load is $3. 50 to wash and $1. 00 to $1. 50 to dry. Since there's just two of us, we can usually get away with just one load a week for our everyday clothes, but anything such as sheets and bed quilts require an additional load (and an additional $5). I'm pretty diligent with the bed sheets and top... One of my crocheted blankets is now crying for that attention. It's pretty dingy and smells a lot like dog. Here's where I interrupt the flow and share about my heirloom crocheted blankets: I have six of them, all handmade for me by my grandmother. The first one I remember receiving was very frilly and girly – light and bright pastel colors with one whole side being tasseled. I still adore it. It's in my mother's storage right now, and unfortunately does have a small hole in it. I might have gotten that one while in elementary school. The next one is the one I washed today – a simple purple and white. She made that one for me when purple was my favorite color. I know that, because the one I consider most elegant is the rose and white squared one she made for my high school graduation (25 years ago). Since then, she has made me a Christmas red and green, and a Denver Broncos white-orange-blue (about 17 years ago). She also made my guy one for his Tampa Bay Buccaneers obsession. Back to the hand-washing a crocheted blanket exercise. It's a good idea to know what kind of yarn was used before washing. The common acrylic yarn can be machine washed on a gentle cycle and tumble dried with low heat. (I used to do that before we shrunk our living space down to an RV. ) If you have no idea the yarn make-up, use cold water. But let me add, in my humble opinion, I think crocheted items should always be hand-washed if at all possible. You can tell a noticeable difference in the yarn -- a weakening -- after agitation. (Maybe a front load machine wouldn't be as bad. Decide what (clean) basin you want to use and put your blanket in it. A bathtub would be great. I used the RV shower / tiny tub. Fill with water at the proper temperature until the blanket is submerged. (I used dish liquid – not a lot is required. Agitate the blanket for a bit – swish it around, turn it over – and let it soak for 15 to 30 minutes. Today, I soaked mine for 25 minutes because I got sidetracked with something else. The following image is embarrassing, but I'll share anyway – I call it "time + grime + dog. After the swishing and soaking, you'll be ready to rinse. Drain, refill with cold water, and repeat at least a couple of times. I did that three times today, making sure no dirty soapy water was left attached to the blanket. I don't know if you can see it here, but there was a noticeable difference when done. After the washing and rinsing is complete, the best way to dry is with the blanket laying flat. [Note: if hand-washing and drying crocheted clothing, always lay it flat. You'll want to re-shape it and leave it in that position until dry. This particular blanket is approximately 5 feet wide and 6 feet long. I do not have a suitable place to lay it flat until dry. Your crocheted blanket is going to be super-heavy. I gathered mine up, hugged it to my chest – soaking my shirt – and yelled at the dogs to get out of the way, as I ran the 20 feet -- drip, drip, dripping -- to the outdoors and a towel I placed on a table. Never you mind the fact that I had an empty laundry basket sitting right there (from the laundry I did earlier) I could have used. Hopefully you'll have more sense than I. Expect drying time to be at least 24 hours. Mine has been hanging for a couple of hours and is still dripping. But I think it's definitely worth the time (and mere pennies) to do it yourself and preserve your handmade item. If you follow these simple steps, I think you'll be pleased with your freshly cleaned crocheted blanket. Shared at Making a Home Linky. Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links, which means I may receive a very small commission if you.

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Under the ancient trees
Arbutus menziesii is an evergreen tree with rich orange-red bark that when mature naturally peels away in thin sheets, leaving a greenish, silvery appearance that has a satin sheen and smoothness. The exposed wood sometimes feels cool to the touch It is also known as the madroño, madroña, bearberry, or refrigerator tree Madronas are native to the western coast of North America, from British Columbia (chiefly Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands) to California. The wood is durable and has a warm color after finishing, so it has become more popular as a flooring material, especially in the Pacific Northwest. An attractive veneer can also be made from the wood. However, because large pieces of madrona lumber warp severely and unpredictably during the drying process, it is not used much. Its most important use is as firewood, since it is a very hard and dense wood that burns long and hot, surpassing even oak in this regard.
Laundry Lines
I just got back inside from the shed where the washer and dryer live. This is the first time since spring of this year that it feels great to take my clothes out of the dryer. The air outside is chilly, so warm clothes against my skin is a treat. In summer, warm clothes against my skin is...um...almost painful. Uncomfortable at very least. Out back, there is also this clothes line. I don't use it much - my clothes I almost always dry in the dryer - but sometimes, towels and sheets - things that I don't wear and that suck up lots of heat in the dryer, find a place here. But now that the rains have started (in the last few days) and the temps are dropping, it will probably be some time before I use these clothes pins any time soon.
India-7837 - A Huge Laundry
PLEASE, NO invitations or self promotions, THEY WILL BE DELETED. My photos are FREE to use, just give me credit and it would be nice if you let me know, thanks. In this miniature city called the Dhobi-Ghat, dhobi denizens (laundrymen ) scurry between rows of concrete wash pens where clothes soak in soapy water. The dirt is then beat out on flogging stones before the garments are tossed into huge vats of boiling starch. When dry, the dhobis use charcoal irons, then pile the neatly pressed items into bundles. Somehow, the clothes are separated and delivered to the customer's door that same evening, all for a pittance. Mumbai, India

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