My husband does most of the laundry. Even if my back was in tip-top shape (which, having had two kids, it is NOT) he would still do most of the laundry... at least until we get our own house again and can stop hauling it up and down the stairs. Why? Because I can't train him to stop dropping his dirty shirts on the end of the couch.
Let me explain. My husband is an IT tech for a major oil company. So he has a nice-paying job, but he gets to wear golf shirts to work. Once in a while, though, he wears something with long sleeves. These shirts are the problem. Several of them are made of some kind of fabric that makes my eyelids twitch... literally... whenever I touch them. The feel of it makes me go "Eeeeeee" until I let go of it. It just gross, gross, grosses me out. I can't describe it any other way than the title of this post: The fabric feels to me like what nails on a chalkboard sounds like to you. I think I would rather stick my hand in a live bee hive than go digging in his pile of shirts and encountering one of the textural nightmare ones. And they are sneaky. Now, if we had our own washer and dryer, and I could train him to drop his shirts in the washer every night instead of the end of the couch, then all I would have to do is wait until it's full and push a button. They do not bother me when they are wet, so moving them to the dryer would be no problem.
I probably sound like a big baby, huh? For years I never had to deal with someone else's fabric choices, just my own. And when he's buying shirts for himself, he has no idea what trips that textural trigger, so it's not like he can avoid them. There doesn't seem to be any specific fabric type, except that usually softer is better... well, except for those faux suede things. For some reason, that fabric also grosses me out. Real suede is okay, but not man-made micro-suede, which is petroleum based.
I also think this is my *real* problem with mohair yarns. For a long time I thought it might be allergies, but no... I've been on allergy medication and it still is hard to work with. I think it's the roughness. If I try to work with Noro Silk Garden, which has a significant percentage of mohair in it besides the silk, it feels like the fibers are wearing grooves in my fingers where it passes over. It feels as rough as the bottom of a 3M scrubby sponge. I've corresponded with a lot of knitters who love Noro, and mohair in general, and love its softness. I used to think they were nuts. Now I know we have different textural tolerances.