Keeping up appearances in the MH

Sep 3, 2013
768
814
Crowthorne, Berkshire
Funster No
27,910
MH
1992 RMB Silver Star 670
Exp
One year. A whole one!
I'm generally to be found wearing cowboy boots and jeans or cowboy boots and Craghoppers.

I find jeans and Craghoppers don't really need ironing, and neither do cowboy boots.

T-shirts go away neatly folded, as do shirts. They stay that way. Ironing them at home beforehand suffices.
 
Nov 18, 2011
10,121
19,763
Funster No
18,938
Many haven't met me on meet's I must be the scruffiest person anyone has ever met trog comes to mind ironing in van I don't think so I have very low standers and I am not rising them for no one
BILL
 
Apr 27, 2008
7,865
5,169
Eastbourne East Sussex
Funster No
2,327
MH
A Class
Exp
Since 1972
We carry an iron and ironing board and Shirley uses them, though I keep telling her not to, as I can't see the difference once you've worn them for 5 minutes. Still if it keeps her happy....
 
Jul 11, 2008
7,543
17,873
Dumfries
Funster No
3,262
MH
PVC Possl Roadcruiser
Exp
2007
We don't have an iron in the van but I've often got a steamer :)
 
Oct 23, 2012
107
33
se london
Funster No
23,408
MH
Carthago I 47
Exp
xmas 12
Used to caravan a much more "just like home crowd" but I got into the habit of needing ironed gear.I used to make sure the clothes to need ironing were completely dry, fold them as you would when ironed and put them underneath the mattress or long seat cushions for a day or so and hay presto ironed clothes.
 
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