Monday, June 1, 2009

Why I love America, pt. 10,301

Purex has launched a new product.
It's a sheet with detergent, fabric softener and anti-static all in one.
I have no idea if the thing works or how much it costs.
But the concept is frakkin' brilliant!
It's a bachelor's dream.
Now if someone could just invent the washer/dryer all-in-one machine.


  1. I still think wash-n-wear is the best thing ever. Ironing sucks.

  2. "Now if someone could just invent the washer/dryer all-in-one machine."
    Good news!

  3. Huh, I wonder if the all-in-one washer/dryer would do as good a job.

    Gonna have to try the new laundry sheet though, I always forget the dryer sheets when I go to the laundry room to move it over.

  4. I found 'em yesterday at Wally World, and they were surprisingly affordable: About $6 for 25 sheets. That's comparable to a 25 load box of Tide or other name brand detergent but with the fabic softener AND dryer sheet built in, I think my cost per load will actually be less.
    Of course, the proof in in the washing. I'll let you know how they work.

  5. Look what I found for you. Your wish has come true.


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