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Robot that irons your shirts

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I'm guessing that only a handful of style forum regulars are also regulars on slashdot.  In any case, this ought to be pretty handy and it sounds like it just might work: A robot that "irons" your shirts http://www.innovations-report.com/html....50.html And the slashdot thread: http://slashdot.org/article....tid=216
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I'm going to pass on having a robot iron my shirts - ironing can be a small workout.
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That is why I have a wife, dear god I hope she doesn't read this.
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I forget to mention that my mother is (much) better at ironing dress shirts than I am, though I am able to iron most other things as well as she is. My father is good at ironing dress shirts since he had to iron his shirts during his bachelor days, though until just a few years back he used quite a bit of starch in ironing his shirts. Like you though, HRHAndrew, my mother takes care of his ironing. I do all my ironing except for dress shirts. What would we do without our mothers/wives??
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What would we do without our mothers/wives??
We'd go to dry cleaners.
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We'd go to dry cleaners.
Heaven forbid.
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I am not sure why the hoopla for this machine.  Shirt launderers have been using them for eons. Also cant imagine why it would make any sense looking at the cost...Ready?  1700 Bucks.  About 1200 visits to the launderer, or three years worth of pressed shirts... I guess it gives new meaning to "Got taken to the cleaners" BanksMiranda...Your Gollum GIF is now killing me as I enabled animations on my browser... Three posts in rapid succession make the screen blink like Las Vegas... JJF
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