Do you Iron your clothes before going out?

India
September 26, 2009 1:38am CST
I am a very lazy person and so i never iron my clothes before going any where,But I used to iron my clothes everyday before going to my college or school.It was a compulsory act for me everyday but now my these habits of irons has disappeared due to my laziness.
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11 responses
@Newpal (154)
• India
26 Sep 09
I have the habit of putting on ironed clothes right from childhood.I like the crease in my shirts and pants.Even I like to press my handkerchief properly.Now it has become a habit so I cannot go out without properly ironed clothes.But sometimes I don't get time to iron my clothes.So I put jeans and a T-shirt which I think does not need ironing.
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@elenyae (390)
• Australia
26 Sep 09
I pretty well never iron my clothes, but I hang them up when they're wet so that they dry in a relatively smooth pattern. It saves a lot of time and energy when it comes to ironing stuff. I only iron things that get really wrinkled or will just look plain bad if they aren't totally smooth. :)
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• Philippines
26 Sep 09
I always iron my clothes before I leave the house. It made me shy if my clothes are wrinkled. It's always nice to see that you are well-groomed and neat so, I always keep it up.
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@eshaan (6193)
• India
26 Sep 09
not mostly...first of all i go out rarely...and if i go mostly my clothes are sarees and the material is such that i dont need ironing them..but if any of them is kept in such a way that it needs to be ironed a bit then i do it..though i do that too in hurry....i am lazy but for myself only..for my children i cant be..as i have to iron their uniforms etc regularly.
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26 Sep 09
I iron all of my family's clothes after they are dry. I take particular care when I iron my husband's office shirts and pants. It does not like very nice if he shows up for work looking like he slept in his clothes. I don't bother much with the rest of the clothes but I make sure that they are not too wrinkly, by ironing on one side.
• Philippines
26 Sep 09
yes i do. most of my clothes are really wrinkly if they are not ironed. i would look like someone who came from a battle or something. i iron all my clothes during the weekends so that i just have to grab them and put them on when i go out during the weekdays.
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@2babita (1074)
• India
29 Sep 09
Well,i do iron my dress and keep it.Before going out i don't do it bucz it will be uncomfartable to wear.I do it and keep it.Sometimes i feel lazy but can't be help have to do otherwise i can't wear.
@slickcut (8141)
• United States
28 Sep 09
Yes i do iron the cloths that need to be ironed..These days many cloths are put into the dryer , Taken out & just hung uo...If i have cloths that are wrinkled then yes i will iron them..
• Philippines
28 Sep 09
My mother ironed our clothes. her schedule of laundry is Saturday night to Sunday morning. Our clothes will be dry whole day Sunday and subjected to ironing Monday morning before we go out of the house. My clothes is always ironed. It makes me a very neat employee going to work when my dress is ironed.
@sandymay16 (1619)
• Philippines
27 Sep 09
Hi, I am not lazy in doing chores but I don't iron my clothes when going out. I used to iron my shirts and slacks but now I don't anymore. The reasons are that I just want to save effort and time, and I want to save on electricity bills. I will only iron my clothes when it's really wrinkled especially if I was not the one who washed the clothes. I jsut don't wring the clothes after washing. Making it just drip and hang properly will straighten out wrinkles. Sometimes I fold jeans and put it under the mattress or pillows.
@prinzcy (5058)
• Malaysia
26 Sep 09
I iron nearly all my clothes after I pick all the dry laundry. So if I need to wear them, I don't need to iron them anymore. Plus, it's better to iron them in bulk like that, we'll save more energy and electricity cost. And since I am used to iron clothes, I can't wear them without ironing first. Even if people doesn't say anything, I'll be uncomfortable with all the wrinkles on my clothes.