Josh Martin

100 Day Odor Free Shirt!
100 Day Odor Free Shirt!

Could you imagine what life would be like if you only had to iron and wash clothes once every 3 months?! A clothing company says it’s created a soft shirt that doesn’t need to be ironed and won’t smell after being worn for 100 days without being washed! The company is called Wool&Prince and was started a few months ago in Portland, Oregon. Creators say the shirt is made from special wool from Australian sheep, and put through a special process to make it soft, wrinkle-resistant and odor-free. The company currently has a Kickstarter campaign and is trying to raise money to place an order for the shirts with a factory. Would you buy one? My question, when are the pants, underwear and socks coming so I don’t have to do any laundry for 3 months!

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