When I was in college, I used to love bringing all of my laundry home. Rather than dragging a big bag of dirty clothes through my college campus, and then waiting for an old and damaged machine, I got to wash my clothes for free in my parents' very nice washer and dryer.
Not only would I save a lot of money and not have to worry about holding on to quarters, I could get all of my laundry so much cleaner because the machines were new and nice, as opposed to old and overused.
Plus, if I had been away for long enough and my mom missed me, she would sometimes do my wash for me, which was the nicest perk of all. It wasn't just that tackling laundry is the kind of task that nobody wants to deal with, but my clothes seemed to come out in better condition when she would wash them.
Even though she wouldn't iron them, everything would always be wrinkle-free and beautiful. One time, my mom offered to help me with my laundry, and I stuck around to see if she did anything different from me.
At first, I had no idea why her laundry came out better than mine. But when she moved my clothes into the dryer, I noticed that my mother switched on the humidifier in our laundry room. When I asked her why she did, she told me that it helped to keep the clothes wrinkle-free.
Now I always take care to do laundry with my house humidifier on. It keeps everything fresh and wrinkle-less right out of the dryer, and makes the air so much more pleasant.