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Conquer The Laundry

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When my oldest was born seven years ago, I never imagined how much laundry one child would add to the load. I went from doing laundry once a week to several times during the week. Since then we have added a second child to the mix and now it seems as though every day is laundry day. As parents the laundry cycle is a never ending cycle.

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Would you like to see my laundry routine? This routine is not for everyone but it is what works for me and my family.
  • Monday – White t-shirts and towels
  • Tuesday - Socks, underwear, and rags
  • Wednesday – Shirt and dresses
  • Thursday – Shorts and pants
  • Friday – Sheets
  • Saturday – Hubby’s work clothes
  • Sunday – NO LAUNDRY!!!

Not every week follows this schedule perfectly and some days I do more than one load but for the most part this is it.
Here are a couple rules I follow.
Sort by type not color. Other than the white t-shirts and towels (which are also white), I don’t sort any other laundry by color. Doing laundry this way makes it so much easier to fold and put away the clothes. For example, Tuesdays require no folding. I just sort socks and underwear into three piles (mine, hubby’s, and kids) then all the rags get tossed into a box that goes in the hall closet.
Not everything needs to be folded. I used to fold everything. And I mean EVERYTHING!! I never realized how unnecessary it was and how much time I was wasting by folding every little thing. Now the only things I fold are pants, towels, and the occasional spare sheet or blanket. Socks and underwear all get tossed into a drawer. Rags are stuffed into a box that hides behind a closet door. All tops and dresses get hung up.

Do you have any laundry tips you would like to share? Please leave them in the comments below.

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  1. Love these tips! I stopped folding socks and underwear a LONG time ago--life is just too short, in my opinion! As for the other tips, I'm going to try them. Up to now, I've been washing by person rather than by type, with the exception of towels, rags, and sheets/blankets. I may add in separating each person's clothes by type. That could help! TFS! :)

  2. Keep a stain stick or spray presoak at each laundry hamper and treat stains as they are tossed into the hamper. Use mesh zippered laundry bags for socks for each person.


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