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You know that big hole at the top of a sock, the one you put your foot in? I don't think it magically prevents water and detergent from entering the sock once it's in a washing machine.

By  raven_of_azarath  |  34

And? Inside or right-side out, they get clean. That’s all that matters. Why is this an fml for you?

And his logic holds up. You turn jeans and some shirts inside out to protect the color/designs, which implies whatever’s turned out gets sloshed more. Why wouldn’t you want the better clean for the side of a sock your sweaty feet touch?

  Seeya55  |  31

Then definitely turn inside out! Sometimes depending on the materials and how they're weaved/layered, inside out will let loose the build-up.

By  silentbabydeer  |  10

It’s the best way of avoiding any lints in the socks so you don’t have to turn them inside out to get all the lints out before putting them on your feet. Nobody likes the feeling of lints on their toes.