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#31 of 33 Old 04-12-2010, 08:49 AM
 
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That's exactly my point though We re-wear clothes over and over as long as they aren't dirty/smelly. Of course I rewear clothes way more often than DH who sweats a lot or DS who is a messy eater & plays in the dirt all day!! But anyway... I guess I just don't see any issue with putting the clothes right back with the "clean" clothes in the drawer.

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That's exactly my point though We re-wear clothes over and over as long as they aren't dirty/smelly.
Sorry if I have missed your point...however I am still confused about how "if they're not clean enough to put back in the drawer ...then they should go in the laundry" means that you are re-wearing them? Unless you mean you take them out of the laundry basket to put on to re-wear?

Anyway never mind, we all obviously do the same thing, i.e. re-wear our clothes!

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LOL sorry if I confused you!! Yes we re-wear our clothes but I just put the "worn" clothes in the drawers with the "clean" clothes. I don't think they'll contaminate my unworn clothes if they are clean enough to be worn again anyway!! So if they have dirt or smell then they go in the laundry, otherwise they go back in the drawer. Unless you are talking about re-wearing smelly/dirty clothes (maybe to work on the car or dig a garden??), then I'd say definitely do a separate drawer or bin!!

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