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    • Laundry sauce
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    • Whomst the fuck calls cloth broth laundry sauce
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    • Ok I was dying at "cloth broth" but "garment gravy" takes the fucking cake
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    • “I love the smell of Detergent.” “Dude me too! Love me some Laundry Sauce.” “Hell yeah. Smell that Cloth Broth.” “I, too, love the heavenly scent of Garment Gravy.”
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    • Imagine calling cloth broth “laundry sauce” what a disgrace
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    • I left lipstick in my pocket and it stained all my clothes with red blotches. That’s why I wash my makeup in a separate load now
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    • Hot wash for whites only. Warm/cool wash for brights. Cold wash for darks. Warmer water makes colors run, so never use colder cycle clothes in a hotter wash with hotter cycle clothes. You can put hotter wash clothes in cooler washes, but the colors get duller. Also, bleach only whites.
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    • Excuse me while I vent a little: I TRIED TO DO LAUNDRY TODAY AND MY MOM REFUSED TO LET ME DO IT ALL AT ONCE AND HER ONLY REASON IS THAT A NONEXISTENT NEW RED SHIRT WOULD LEAK ON MY SHORTS! Sorry but I don't really have any other way to vent
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    • Clothes that are gray, black and jeans could be washed together in cold water. Colors should be washed in cold water. Whites, gray and neutral colors should be washed in warm or hot water. Jeans shouldn’t be dried in the dryer cause they loose elasticity, colors should be dried on low heat.
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    • Just don’t wash them on warm or hot water as THAT is what usually makes colors bleed, especially if it’s a brand new “never been washed” shirt that you throw in with a bunch of whites. But yes all clothes can be done together just use cold water.
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    • Red sock: I'm about to end this man's whole white wardrobe
      ScumD_wrac a month
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    • EnderChief a month
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    • I just keep the whites and coloreds seperate. Like God intended
      elreynoe a month
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    • Y'all mother fuckers talking about suit soup?
      FUCKINGCATS a month
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    • Whom the fuck calls "Cloth broth" laundry sauce?
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    • Just like real life, all you really need to do is separate the whites from the colors/darks and all is good
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    • If white wanted to stay white then it wouldn't turn pink when washed with red
      lupac 18 aug
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    • I keep towels and normal clothes separate but apart from that almost everything goes in the same loads
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    • Don’t call it “laundry sauce” that’s what caused the “tide pod incident of 2017”
      Corziba a month
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    • Or in spanish, Ropa Sopa
      madeinchina a month
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    • Oh and for the love of god separate your socks from the rest of your clothes. Your socks carry a diff kind of bacteria that sticks to your underwear making you junk smell. Hygiene facts 101
      Hrfjio 18 aug
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    • New clothes get washed with same colors till they stop bleeding , once they have you can wash them on cold with anything and nothing bad will happen
      Chotaku90 18 aug
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    • Its because they were used to separating everything by whether they were colored or white.
      Himbly 18 aug
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    • Neither do the laundry dumplings
      blakeozzy 18 aug
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    • It's cause the boomers are used to separating the whites from the colors... the younger generations aren't.
      NFLAF 17 aug
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    • Whosoever the fuck calls fabric batter "laundry sauce"???
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    • I read that as “different colored people” FUCK
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    • Dude I threw one of my favorite shirts in with my football Jersey and It came out fucking pink
      BenKniesner a month
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    • Wait until a red shirt turns your white stuff pink
      kapow a month
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    • Any got that pic of Dewey saying "The future is now Old man."
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    • inotfunny a month
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    • My black clothes bleed on everything no discrimination on what it will not ruin. Guess I should just wear all black all the time.
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    • Clothes should be like society darks kept separate from whites
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    • The only time I separate my white clothes out is when I have a new article of clothes that has intense color. It bleeds onto the white clothes and red makes my wife yeeters pink.
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    • Me: *puts white shirts in with all my black cloths* no reds in sight this is gonna be ok. White shirts: *turns pink*
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    • Um excuse me? You mean Old Navy Gravy?
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    • Please don’t call it sauce. You’ll make the millenials wanna eat it too
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    • At least separate socks, underwear, bras, and towels from everything else as they are dirty af and should be cleansed as hot as possible
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    • Garment Ganache
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    • Am goth so I don't have to worry about my clothes "color" mixing
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    • Anyone from the US will have trouble accepting the fact that whites can go with colored clothes. It’s an instinctual thing.
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    • Towels go separate, whites go separate especially when bleach is used, everything else can go in the same load
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    • Laundry sauce
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    • Whites? Colors? You're supposed to Separate them.
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    • wtf? so much time wasted
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    • The only time you should worry about another color staining other clothes is it's first wash
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    • Ain't nothing like some good LAUNDRY SAUCE
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    • I just prefer to keep the whites and the darks from intermingling in the wash room.
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    • From what I hear you can even eat today’s laundry sauce
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    • I wash m all my clothes on hot all together and never have problems the only time you have to be careful I think is with jeans
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    • S E G R G A T E T H E C L O T H E S
      rikechew a month
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    • When someone tells me to just wash all of my clothes together, regardless of color
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    • It’s the temperature of the water that matter I think
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    • My girlfriend made my shirt pink so I no longer find this true
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    • Cold water my guy
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    • Ive never separated my clothes towels or anything else and nothing has happened
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    • See, this is why they shouldn't take home ec out of school. It has very little to do with color leeching, and much more to do with how long your clothes last. But, we live in a "I'll just buy a new one" society instead of "I'll take care of what I have so that it lasts as long as possible."
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    • The only time I'll separate anything is like with brand new colored clothes I dont wash with whites, other than that it's one load time
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    • Eye eye eye
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    • Lights and darks is the most I separate. You can put most stuff together now, just use common sense. A bright red shirt probably shouldn't go in with all of your socks, unless you want them to be tinted
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    • Laundry sauce is dumb. I use laundry nuggets
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    • I still separate the colors from the whites. Just like God intended
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    • Laundry sauce
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    • Wash your brand new red shirt away from whites though
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    • Cloth broth*
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    • My reaction when both TC’s are the same.
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    • Must be referring to the fact that idiots were eating Tide Pods... So referring to the fact that laundry detergents are now considered a food item... 😱
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    • All of my clothes are black so I dont have this problem
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    • I wash whites separate just to be safe, but everything else goes in one load if I can fit it.
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    • Red pants + white scrubs + washing machine = Nurse Cotton Candy
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    • The only thing you need to watch out for is whites, delicates, heavy items (jeans, sweaters), and new (very first wash) clothing items. The rest you can throw all together.
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    • Same here and never knew that. Makes sense why the older heads always tell us to I guess.
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    • Ok but don’t mix colored with whites when using bleach...
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    • Wash something new that’s red with your white shirts and let’s see what happens.
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    • Washing with straight cold will not make colors bleed. However washing whites and reds on a "sanitize" setting will turn EVERYTHING pink
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    • Whomst the fuck calls cleaning soup fabric oil
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    • I mostly wear black so its not like there's much color to be ruined
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    • Whomst the FuCk calls fabric tablets laundry sauce or cloth broth
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    • What in the rooty-tooty fresh-n-fruity fuck is laundry sauce.
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    • *throws all clothes into laundry together regardless of color* “They called me a madman”
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    • The best way to wash whites is seperate, with hot water. The hot water helps remove stains making it wundead. Thats why there is a choice for hot water and it'll never change. BUT never wash colors with hot water, or colors will fade over time.
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    • Hot water causes bleeding, I wash everything cold and nothing bleeds
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    • Just gotta be careful the first time. Some strong colors like red and blue like to wash out, but it only takes like 1-2 washes to get the extra dye out and then you're good
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    • Cloth broth
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    • But whites can take bleach and colors can’t so I think that’s why they separate them and some people separate towels lol I just say fuck it and yeet then bitches all in the same time
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    • Jeens are a problem tho. Made my socks and underwear turn an unpleasantly light shade of blue
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    • Old laundry sauce was racist and wanted segregation [confirmed]
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    • Only thing I don't like about mixing is reds get red lint on things and whites get less bright
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    • I don’t mean to sound CLOTHES-minded, but I separate my whites and darks. 😃 🥁
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    • Petition to change it to laundry sauce
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    • All my clothes are dark. No point in sorting.
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