As most of you already know, Phil does most of the household chores around here. However, his laundry skills are not up to my OCD standards. Truth be told, most of his cleaning skills are not up to my OCD standards, but if I were to do everything myself the way I want it done, there wouldn't be enough time to get it all done.
Anyhow, back to my point. Because I want all of Katie's clothes to remain pristine and worthy of being sold or handed down, I have forbidden Phil from doing any of Katie's laundry. So, after a few weeks of me not doing Katie's laundry, she finally came close to running out of clothes to wear, and I had to do her laundry.
Now the last load is in the dryer, and all I have left to do is iron and put everything away. Speaking of ironing, that's another area where Phil and I disagree. He thinks that you should just hang up wrinkled clothes and then iron them when you want to wear them. I think that you should iron the clothes before you hang them up, that way they are ready to be worn when you decide to wear them. Plus, why not iron when you do the laundry and you have several articles of clothing to iron, rather than iron each item individually as you prepare to wear it? What's your opinion on this subject? Maybe you can help us settle our argument.