It'll all come out in the wash

It'll all come out in the wash.

Fig. It does not matter.; No lasting damage has been done. Tom: I feel so bad about what I said to Bill. I don't think he'll ever forgive me. Mary: Oh, don't worry. It'll all come out in the wash. Jane: I'll never forgive myself for losing Mary's book. Charlie: Just tell her you're sorry, and offer to pay for the book. It'll all come out in the wash.
See also: all, come, out, wash

It'll all come out in the wash.

  (informal)
something that you say in order to tell someone not to worry because mistakes or problems will not have a serious or permanent effect It was the wrong thing to say, but don't get too upset, I'm sure it'll all come out in the wash eventually.
See also: all, come, out, wash