Use an Electric Pants Press for Wrinkled Pants
Hubby found an electric pants presser for $20 at a thrift store. I am learning to use it to "press" his khaki work pants, which come out of the wash all wrinkled. The press is not supposed to DO that. I find I can more or less iron out pants with it while watching TV. This makes it a labor-saving device for me and hubby can't complain about me avoiding ironing his cotton pants anymore! (Any excess wrinkling can be dealt with by using a wrinkle spray of 1/2 water and 1/2 fabric softener.) $20 is cheap, but I had seen some in eBay for less than $100.
By Pamphyila from L.A., CA
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Interesting idea. It might work for me, too. I've been leery of trying to use an iron since a drunk driver accident cost me most of my usable vision 7 years ago.
Sandy/Pittsburgh, I suspect this is one of those old-fashioned guys who actually expects his wife to do all domestic tasks, including the ironing. Not very PC.
I have to ask, He complains about you not ironing his work pants? Why not suggest he do them himself? They are his pants after all.
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