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AIBU to be annoyed at Sainsbury's so called "non iron shirts"

(13 Posts)
Wittowoo Sun 11-Sep-16 18:26:37

Washed them, hung on washing line.... Definitely not going to get away without ironing them unless I want to be judged as some sort of sloth by the uniform police at school!!! angry

eleanorofaquitaine Sun 11-Sep-16 18:37:14

Just had a similar rant about the M&S ones and then read the label. They need to be tumble dried and immediately hung up.

mumsnit Sun 11-Sep-16 19:10:26

I've never found a non iron shirt that didn't need ironing!

e1y1 Mon 12-Sep-16 00:08:15

Biggest lie ever told, NOTHING is non iron.

Also, bastard stainless steel - nothing stainless about it.

Wisewisewords Mon 12-Sep-16 00:21:42

And self cleaning ovens hmm

RedSoloCup Mon 12-Sep-16 00:32:04

My new shirts this year (tesco) have awful creases and I've had to iron, I pretty much never iron!!!

ImissGrannyW Mon 12-Sep-16 00:36:00

perhaps stop caring about being judged on the playground?

Then the creases don't seem so huge!

BeMorePanda Mon 12-Sep-16 00:40:02

Everything is non iron in my life.

BeMorePanda Mon 12-Sep-16 00:40:35

Hang shirts on hangers to dry.

DeathStare Mon 12-Sep-16 00:41:30

I don't iron anything ever (well very very occasionally for weddings -last time 8 years ago!) Creases never killed anyone. And clothing is creased again within half an hour of wearing it anyway.

And if anyone judges me for it, then they need to get a life. ... because I'm too busy having one to be arsed ironing.

Tokelau Mon 12-Sep-16 00:54:26

DD has just started year 11, and I do iron her school shirts. They're very quick and easy to iron though. As soon as it's cold enough for her to wear a jumper under her blazer, I stop ironing the shirts, as nobody will see them. I might just iron the collars, it takes a few seconds!

Hotlingbling Mon 12-Sep-16 01:17:45

They're non-iron if you put them in the tumble.

MrsTerryPratchett Mon 12-Sep-16 02:12:38

Everything is non iron in my life. Me too. Life's too short.

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