As I go through my junior year of high school, all I hear about is college. Where am I going to college? What am I going to major in? But to me, what I’m most worried about is how I am going to survive without my parents. As my mom constant ntly tells me, I’m not fit for life outside of my house. I can barely make toast without burning it and I don’t know where to start when doing my laundry. Many people can make toast just fine, so I decided to write down a list of instructions for myself and those like me who don’t know how to do laundry.
The first step is to gather all of the dirty laundry and sort it by color. This step is crucial, because if something red gets in with the whites, then say goodbye to those.
After sorting, select the water temperature on the washer, add in laundry soap, and then put in the clothes.
Before starting the load, determine the wash cycle, for example: heavy, light, gentle, etc. After the wash has completed its cycle, put the clothes in the dryer.
After putting in the clothes, add a dryer sheet to reduce static and wrinkles. Select the dryer cycle and temperature.
After this cycle has been completed, put the clothes in a basket and fold them. Or, if you are like my family, you spend ten hours on the couch attempting to fold it, but it never happens, so they end up sitting in the basket and you just grab your clothes from there.