“Cassie, what are you doing?! You’ll set the stain!! You have to use cold water.” Natalie breaks her daughters grip on a white blouse.
“Momma! The box says rub damp fabric and wash! I know how to read!” Cassie lashes back her right hand still has white detergent foam on it.
“Your grandma did this with my clothes. This is cotton! I surprised you didn’t shrink it already. That’s bar is for stains. You rub the fels soup in soak if five minutes in cold water. Then wash it in cold!” Natalie channels the mom look.
“Did you listen to anything else grandma said, mom?” Cassie smiles. The next generation watches and learns.