Jeff takes to task no iron shirts claims

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(KPLR) – Should a label on a product do exactly what it claims?  Here`s JB with “The Way It Oughta Be”.

I brought my ironing board with me because I can`t get rid of it.

I recently bought a set of "no-iron" shirts.  I thought my ironing days were over.

Well, I was wrong.  I need to use the iron before I get ready for work.  The shirts just don`t do what the label suggests.

I know there`s not much I can do.  The label didn`t promise the shirt would be perfect.

But here`s the thing.  We all know what that label was trying to make be believe.  And that`s what it should do.

I'm JB, and that's “The Way It Oughta Be.”

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