Yes, it’s true. We will do it if you ask us. Most of the time we don’t even have to think about the task. It just happens.
That’s right, that’s right. Because we can do it. Because you can ask us, and we’ll give it to you.
It’s a bit more difficult than that. Moving the blankets or bedding you’re moving. It’s not as easy as you might think. The process of washing a moving blanket is very similar to that of rinsing a dishrag. You’re actually making the blanket wet so it doesn’t dry out and get wrinkly. Once you’ve done this, you are supposed to wash the bedding to get it dry.
So you can wash a moving blanket? I wonder how that would work as well.
The blanket washing process involves soaking the blanket, then washing it, then baking it. Both steps are the same as rinsing a dishrag, but in this case we are making a blanket wet without drying it. The baking step is slightly different. You dont want the blanket to get brown. Its okay to use some kind of starch to make it look more like the dishrag.
You can make your own starch by soaking some cornstarch in water. Then add some water, then add some water and some more starch. You are making a sticky substance from cornstarch.
In fact, you can’t really wash a blanket at all. It doesn’t like to absorb water, so it will absorb starch. You can make it look like a dishrag at first, but then you have to add more starch to make it look like the dishrag. It’s not pretty but it works.
It’s actually kind of a neat trick. A good trick to make something look more like the dishrag. You can only use so much starch in a big blanket like this. After a few minutes of washing, it only looks like a thick, floppy dishrag. Thats fine though. You can wash it up for lunch.
You can wash blankets that are made of a different material, like plastic. But you have to be careful because plastic is so slippery that you can actually soak a plastic blanket in boiling water and then it will look like a plastic dishrag. It’s not as pretty as cloth, but it is cleaner.
Some people also like to wash blankets in vinegar. I have no idea why, but I do know that it works.