The effect of home and commercial laundering upon the wearing quality of ginghams and similar fabrics and the reliability of the consumer's judgement in the selection of these fabrics
The laundering of clothing and household articles is an ever present necessity of the homemaker. In the past, practically all of the laundry work was done in the home and generally by the housewife herself. The time came when this task was gradually transferred to a laudress or to a commercial laundry. Paralleling the trend toward commercial laundries, the invention of labor saving devices, such as power washers, irons, and mangles, has again made laundering an important home task.
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