30 Things to Store Day 10: Dirty Clothes

30 Things to store

Dirty clothing is something we all have to deal with. Here are a few tips on what to do with it before it reaches the washing machine.


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Where does your dirty laundry typically end up?

6 thoughts on “30 Things to Store Day 10: Dirty Clothes”

    1. Aren’t they great? So lightweight and easy to move around. If I go on vacation for a week (in a car), I will stick one in to use while we are there. Wonderful little tool!

  1. I have a hamper for each bathroom so that I only have to collect clothes from two spots on laundry day. I have to tell you, I’ve have found a life changing sock washing gadget. The Sock Dock. I love it. My family members put their dirty socks in their own Sock Dock. I throw it in the laundry and then sorting clean socks is so-ooo easy. I have two daughters and my husband and son now wear the same size of socks. It was driving me crazy trying to figure out which socks went with which family member. This gadget has made sorting clean clothes a breeze.
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    1. I will definitely check out the Sock Dock! Men’s socks are difficult to sort anyway. I always say they should stitch the word “blue” and “black” on the toe of the sock… I struggle to tell them apart!

    1. I love these hampers because they are so lightweight, and then provide just enough structure that you can put them down anywhere. Everything tucks into the side pocket and you are good to go!

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