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Tie A Knot In "Bad" Socks

When doing laundry, often we get socks that have gone bad and need to be tossed. Yet, it seems like they always wind up back in laundry. So, when I come across a sock that needs to be thrown out, I tie a knot in it. No more worries; see a knot toss it away, it is matchless or bad.

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By Lori from Ephrata, WA

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By Dawn Williams (Guest Post)
September 19, 20080 found this helpful

I cut them open and use them for wash clothes or rags.

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By Laura M. (Guest Post)
September 22, 20080 found this helpful

Socks going bad in my house gets cut in half (from ankle to toe). They make excellent oil rags (car); dust cloths, and they are super great for window cleaning. Saves about $10 for the "bag of rags" you buy at Home Depot for the same purposes.

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October 7, 20080 found this helpful

mine get knotted, then they become dog toys. if it has a knot, we all know it belongs to Mosey!

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