Laundry Room Sign

Laundry Room Sign

Of course, I have to remember that no one just wakes up one day and knows everything about laundering. I had my fair share of pink-tinted white t-shirts in college when I suddenly had to cover all my laundry needs on my own. I totally wish I had Tide® PODS™ Plus Downy® back then when I was trying to conserve money with large loads of laundry. I could have just thrown two PODS in first, added my clothes, and set the washer to go! My laundry would have been cleaned and conditioned all in one step and since Tide® PODS™ Plus Downy® works with both HE and standard washing machines, it wouldn’t have mattered which washing machine was available in the college laundry room. There are some things I miss about college but communal laundering is not one of them!
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Laundry Room Sign

Eventually I learned that in addition to having the right laundry detergent, it’s imperative that I also read the instructions on the back of the clothing tags. Which leads me to my present situation with my husband. Don’t get me wrong, I’m totally not complaining because he honestly does the majority of the laundry around here but knowing how to care for clothing is an essential part of the chore. (Don’t forget to keep out of reach from children!) You won’t believe how easy it is to make this Farmhouse Laundry Room Sign (a.k.a. cheat sheet) and how great it’ll look hanging next to your washing machine!
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Laundry Room Sign

made of a board pulled from a pallet, spray painted black, then painted with a brush in Valspar Antique White Eggshell, two coats. While the sign was drying I printed the letters in Times New Roman (just the outlines to save ink) and cut them out, traced on to the board, and then painted with black acrylic paint the letters. After that dried, I simply took a power sander to the sign.

Laundry Room Sign

Laundry Room Sign
Laundry Room Sign
Laundry Room Sign

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