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Tips For Organizing Our Laundry Rooms

Doing the laundry is not the most fun thing to do. Especially if you’re working in a messy room.

Sorting out clothes and folding it afterward can be a headache to some. To help you with this, here are some few tips for organizing our laundry room.

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Change Jar

 

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We often find a few pieces of coins inside our pockets during wash time. A change jar can be handy in this scenario and you’ll be surprised at how many changes you’ll get during your washing.

Lint Box

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Using lint can be beneficial to our pre-dry cleaning. Make sure we have a lint ready by installing a lint box inside our laundry rooms.

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Sock Clothes Pins

 

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Find the other pair of socks in your pile and pin them together. This will save us time and clothes pin.

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Space for Hangers

 

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Hangers is one of those things that are taking a lot of space inside your laundry room. Make sure we set aside a space on top of our washing machine. Doing this will make things more organized.

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Labeling

 

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Guessing where things are is a common chore inside the laundry room. Using labels on our drawers and cabinets will spare us time in sorting out things.

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Laundry Carts

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Having a wheeled laundry cart will make things a lot easier for us inside the laundry room. Instead of carrying things around, just stuff it inside our laundry cart and we’re good to go.

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Save a Spot for Socks

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If our socks lost their pair during our washes, just place them in a special container. That way, we’ll know where to get them if we find their lost pair.

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Step it Up!

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Add a little spice in our laundry room by using decorative hooks.

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Ironing Boards

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We don’t need a dedicated ironing board if we are cramped out of space. Use the top of our washing machine as an ironing board will also do the trick. Just be creative and think outside the box.

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Use Slim Carts

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Fit our detergent stuff in slimmer racks for better and more efficient storing. You’ll be surprised how much space you’ll save!

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Door Rack

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Utilize our door racks where we can place those important cleaning materials during our laundry.

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Detergent Dispenser

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Make our place more organized by using our old beverage dispenser.  A simple and less messy way of dealing with liquid detergents.

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Candy Dish Storage

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Using an old candy dish is one of the most effective ways to organize our detergent pods.

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Laundry Guards

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Using a lane guard can avoid those newly-cleaned clothes falling on our floor. Plus, it is neater!

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Pile Them Together

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Store all of our stain-remover in one space. It will not only organize our things inside the laundry room, but it will also be more convenient for us if we need to reach for them without looking everywhere.

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Sort Them Up

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Sorting our clothes is one of the most efficient ways to clean them up. It is also advisable to sort them up beforehand rather than at the last minute.

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Use a Laundry Sorter

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Sorting out our laundry is an efficient way to organize our laundry rooms. Using these baskets is a great way to start.

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Pull-Out Drying Racks

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Save precious space inside our laundry rooms by installing a pull-out drying rack. This is also a good project for us.

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Lost and Found

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Have a dedicated lost and found area inside our laundry room. It doesn’t need to be a big space, just a small basket will do the trick

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Notes

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If you’re away and someone is doing the laundry for us, leave them a note by using a dry erase marker. Take note that most washing machine surface can be used but be aware if they can be erased.

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Laundry Guide

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A quick laundry guide can help us a lot on keeping track of our laundry routines.

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Line Dry

 

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Using a line dry as an alternative to a drying rack will save you space. The good thing about this is, we can install a line anywhere.

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DIY Shelves

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Creating shelves out of excess water pipes and a few scrap wood planks can help us organize things in our laundry room. All we need is a few pipe connector and that’s it!

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Utilize the Ceiling

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Make sure we already utilizing all parts of our laundry room and the ceiling is not exempted. Installing a few hooks and bar will give us a drying rack.

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Use the Corners

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 Being organized is utilizing every aspect of our laundry room in an efficient way. We can achieve this by placing some of our organizers at the corners of our room.

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