Mother reveals why you can NEVER put a rug in the tumble dryer after the door has fallen off the hinges and has been left over the entire machine with beige fluff
- Natasha Siobhan shared a photo of her eBay carpet after it fell into the tumble dryer
- She has shared experiences on the British Facebook group Mrs Hinch Made Me Do It
- Mother explained what appeared to be sand, was in fact ‘beige fluff’ of carpet
A mother who decided to dry her fluffy eBay carpet in the tumble dryer, revealed how she ended up with a sandy substance all over the dryer when her efforts went drastically wrong.
Natasha Siobhan went to the British Facebook Mrs. Hinch Group let me do it to show the results of her comical attempt to dry her gray downy carpet.
To make matters worse, the door had flown out of its hinges and the rug had ‘shrunk slightly’.
When social media users wondered why she had dried the carpet in the first place, Natasha insisted that she had done it before without any problems.
The mother went to the British Facebook group Mrs. Hinch Made Me Do It to share a photo of the fluffy gray rug she had put in the tumble dryer
Natasha Siobhan told social media users that she didn’t know why the doors fell off the machine, but the dryer was now “back to its old faithful self”
The social media user shared a photo of the carpet on social media in addition to the caption: “If you put the eBay carpet in the dryer.”
Natasha, who assured social media users that her dryer had now been repaired, continued: “It’s back. It is funny. It is not sand. Yes, I am clearly an idiot.
“I don’t know why the door fell off, the dryer is old, sometimes it happens. It is back to its old faithful self and completely taken away. ”
After sharing a photo of the rug, Natasha explained to social media users that what appeared to be sand in the photo was, in fact, ‘beige fluff’ that had come off the carpet.
Natasha later shared a photo of her now flat rug after the tumble dryer incident
She said: “First I dried it in the dryer … to dry it. Secondly, it comes from China, I cannot read Chinese. Third, it was good last time.
“After my washing machine broke down last month, it was in it … washed a few times. It is now good on the floor, everything flat but slightly shrunk.
“I thought it was sand too, but it seems to be beige fluff. God knows what. I’m just glad it didn’t set the house on fire. “
The mother later shared a photo of her now flat dress that looked a little worse for wear, but was still intact after the accident.
She explained on Facebook that although the carpet had shrunk a little, she was glad it had not set fire to the house
After the comic post, social media users shared their opinion about the unfortunate event, one of which claimed they couldn’t stop laughing.
A user wrote: “Sorry, this is so funny that I literally can’t stop laughing … how did the door open.”
While another said, “I once had a rug dried in the tumble dryer because it started to rain after I washed it … and I learned a very good lesson that day. My carpet melted almost everywhere in the tumbler … we live and we learn. “
Another asked, “Why the hell would you put a rug in the dryer?”
Social media users shared their opinion about the unfortunate event, where someone asked how the doors had opened
And another said: “I put mine on a quick wash of 25 degrees, then hung on the line and brushed. It looked nice, but I would never do it in the dryer! ”
Elsewhere, another social media user suggested that the sandy substance was backing that had dried up and crumbled.
They wrote: ‘It looks like the rug’s back is dry and crumbled. It looks like sand when this happens. “
Another person suggested that the ‘beige fluff’ was a back that had dried up and crumbled