A very common organizing challenge for many of my clients is laundry. We all have clothes for different roles and the number of roles we have is different for everyone.
More roles could mean different wardrobes for each of those roles. There could be school clothes, work clothes, play clothes, etc.
Not only does your family generate dirty clothes, but there will be towels and bed linens as well. This means that you could have an overwhelming amount of laundry on a regular basis, that at some point, you will have to clean.
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Having a lot of clothes and the need to clean them on a regular basis requires a system that works for you and your family. Creating a simple, doable system can save time and money. It has to be a system that includes everyone and everyone needs to understand their role. You need to work together as a team for the system to be successful.
The guide below will provide ideas for you to create an organized laundry system. Tailor it to your situation and tweak it as you go along to ensure your success!
A good organized laundry system begins where you change your clothes. Each person needs to have a place to put their dirty clothes.
Laundry hampers or a basket in every bedroom, bedroom closet, or bathroom works nicely for that. If you are short on space, a hook on the back of a door to hang a cloth drawstring bag also works well, just make sure the hook will hold the weight. Towels and bed linens can also go in hampers. However, you may want a separate hamper for them.