Laundry Tips For Your Home

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Any parent will tell you how time-consuming laundry can be. Each member of your family contributes clothes that need to be washed, dried, and repaired. If you are feeling overwhelmed by the laundry in your home, here are some tips to help you get on top of it:

Put a System in Place

Having a system for your laundry can be crucial to having it completed and put away regularly. Most people use their laundry rooms as crowded storage rooms, and it can become a real mess. Doing laundry in this space can be harder for you mentally. Start by cleaning the laundry room and creating space to do this chore. If your laundry room doesn't have space to fold and store the clothes during the clothes cleaning process, consider using another designated area of the home. You can build a simple table that can have shelves that hold laundry baskets and create a place to fold the clothing. A designated laundry area can help you keep laundry off the floors and avoid piles that seem to multiply and spread all over the house.

Make a Schedule for Laundry Day

Having a designated laundry day for different members of the family can be a great way to share responsibility and stay on top of the clothing in the home. Doing one load a day every day of the week might feel more manageable for you. If you usually try to clean every piece of clothing once everyone's drawers are empty, this can be a great place to start. Following a laundry load all the way through the process in your home means you can wash, dry, fold, and get it put away. Teaching your kids how to care for their own clothes is a great way to teach them responsibility and have them share your workload. 

Alterations and Big Laundry Items

If alterations aren't your strong suit, don't let them get in a pile you're never going to take care of. You can find a professional who does alterations and get in the habit of taking your mending pile to them every few months. Things like blankets or curtains in your home should be taken to professional laundry services that have machines and cleaning services meant for these items. Handing these tasks to a third party can help you manage the smaller loads in your home. 

Getting organized and having a laundry system in place can help your productivity skyrocket. Use these laundry tips for your home to get your stuff washed, dried, and put away!

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