Household Tip #47: Wash in coleslaw

Lately, I’ve seen lots of tips for using common household products such as baking soda, car wax, baby oil, and dryer sheets. Vinegar makes a great window cleaner. Mayonnaise can remove water rings from furniture. But I’ll admit it never occurred to me to use coleslaw as a laundry aid. So glad I saw this “qualifcation”!

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8 Comments

  • Posted November 30, 2011

    JoJo Tabares

    This is priceless! LOL

  • Posted November 30, 2011

    Kim

    JoJo: Makes me laugh every time I look at it. I just realized that it’s probably supposed to translate to “on clothesline.”

    Coleslaw, clothesline … same thing, basically. Right?

  • Posted November 30, 2011

    Malia

    That is so funny. When I saw your facebook post about washing clothes in coleslaw, I thought- Kim has gone bonkers. She needs to stick to writing curriculum!

  • Posted November 30, 2011

    Kim

    Malia: You could share it on your FB wall as a new tip for homemakers!

  • Posted November 30, 2011

    DavetteB

    did they mean cold water? The picture sure doesn’t give a clue.

  • Posted November 30, 2011

    Jenny

    ROTF!

  • Posted December 3, 2011

    Zoey

    LOLLL. Someone seriously needs to try this and tell us what happens. (:

  • Posted December 5, 2011

    Kim

    Davette: I think that’s a symbol for “hang to dry.” How that became “coleslaw” remains a mystery! :)

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