Whether you have a dedicated laundry room, a laundry closet, or a corner of a basement, things can get disorganized faster than you can say “spin cycle.” These handy tips will help to organize your laundry by corraling all your stain removers and detergents, finding stray socks and mittens, and generally making laundry day less of a chore.
ORGANIZE YOUR LAUNDRY ROOM WITH ONE TRIP TO THE DOLLAR STORE
We all know cleaning out your lint trap prevents your dryer from becoming a fire hazard, but where do you put all that lint? Turn an old mailbox (or a small waste basket) into a lint bin.
Tired of trying to track down the missing half of all your pairs of socks? Create a lost sock sign with dollar store clothespins!
I think this lifehack is so clever. If you have multiple people in your house that do laundry, you can leave pertinent information for them by writing notes with dry erase markers!
Let your family know that if it’s left in a pocket, it goes in the pig! Stash away all the pocket change in a dollar store piggy bank.
Harry Potter fans will appreciate this way to keep pair-less socks stored away until their mate is found.
You can also use dollar store jars to decant your laundry detergent. Those plastic jugs can be an eyesore, and this is a much more attractive solution.
Use a variety of jars for detergent, stain remover, clothespins, and other laundry necessities.
If you would rather have them out of sight, you can store laundry essentials in bins or baskets that are clearly labeled.
Cut down on sorting time by giving each family member their own basket with a personalized laundry tag. Your next challenge is making those family members put their own laundry away!
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