1. I air dry clothes outside. Having them inside-out means the inside gets faded instead of the outside. My husband does not invert his shirts, so it also makes it easy to separate his from mine.

  2. Some clothes are actually recommended to wash inside-out, to reduce wear on them. And rayon should always be ironed inside-out.

    Now, leaving clothes nested in the wash – layered tops not separated, underpants around pant legs – it probably doesn’t matter but it bugs me. And what actually does matter is socks balled up so tightly that they don’t even dry, much less get any detritus washed off.

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