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Laundry

Doing laundry isn't the most fun thing to do but it's absolutely necessary. No one wants to be the stinky kid and establishing and maintaining a laundry routine will ensure you are not the stinky kid. Keeping a routine will help pass the time and I often find myself doing a bit of reading while I complete this otherwise boring chore.

Contrary to popular belief, Tide PODS are not snacks. They do however making throwing a load in the wash a breeze. Turn the water on, drop the pod, dump clothes, close lid, and return in about an hour to an hour and a half. Doesn't get any simpler than that.


Downy Scent Booster beads will ensure your clothes and sheets will smell fresh for longer.


Dryer sheets are a must. Deployed or not you simply have to use dryer sheets. Another way I've used dryer sheets is to keep my room smelling nice and fresh. My AC in Afghanistan had small slats in the front of the unit that guided the air and I would place two or three dryer sheets over the slats.



A laundry hamper or even laundry bags are an essential deployment necessity. A few ideas are pictured above.

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