Mar, 9/11/2009 - 4:00pm "Ms. Ball sounds like she invented something new, hanging clothes out to dry.
My goodness, I remember my granny and my mom hanging clothes out to dry. I remember when I was 9 to 10 years old helping to hang the clothes out. I thought it was great fun back then. This was before permanent press clothing so then we layed the clothing on a table and we sprinkled water from a brush or a sprinkle bottle on the clothing, rolling each garment up and packing into laundry basket, letting the basket of clothing set overnight and then ironing them the next day.
Ms. Ball is correct, clothing hung out on the line have a fresh, clean smell. Back then we didn't have fabric softners, scented detergent, etc., so the clothing smelled naturally clean. Nice memories."
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