Sometimes things go smoothly and sometimes they fall apart.
With a two story house, I keep a disinfectant spray bottle – containing bleach – on each level so that I can minimize the steps. And on the main level, that bottle hangs by the trigger from the wire shelf above the washer/dryer. Also above the washer/dryer hangs a bottle of stain treatment spray.
You see where I’m going with this.
In the process of loading the washer, I found that one of my dark shirts needed a quick treatment and reached for the white bottle to spray the stain. It was after the shirt came out of the dryer that I realized that the item was ruined; I can’t even wear it and make it appear as though it’s some weird tie-die design. It’s fortunate that nothing else was ruined.
So, what do I take from this exercise?
- I could say pay attention to what you’re doing or
- I can find a different high location on which to store the disinfectant.
I’ll opt for the latter. Rats.