My laundry room looks more like a laundry closet, so it’s important that it be organized or else it looks like a hurricane hit it. When we bought the house, these wire shelves were already installed. I put the products I use directly above the appropriate machine, then lump other cleaning products on the rest of the lower shelf. The large, full basket on the top shelf is where I store my old towels and rags. The empty laundry baskets are what my kids use for their clean laundry.
A few weeks ago, I posted a teaser about some of the great products that CSN Stores have to offer. Well, here’s how I used the voucher they sent me in my laundry closet:
I used to store my iron and starch spray on the shelf above my washing machine, but the cord was always falling through the slots and I was always afraid I would burn something else on the shelf when I put my iron away. In addition, although my ironing board fit beside my washer, it would annoyingly tip over and fall into the clothes I had drying on the hangers. So, I used part of the voucher from CSN Stores for this very nifty ironing board holder with basket from their Spectrum line. It came with the hardware to install it, but because of its design, it took my dad and my hubby over half an hour to attach it to the wall.
The other product I chose was this fabulous triple laundry sorter from CSN’s Honey Can Do line. I was very excited to receive it and my daughter and I put it together ourselves (which means it wasn’t that hard to do!) in about 15 minutes. I rolled it to my laundry closet with great anticipation and tried to cram it into the slot I had picked out for it beside my washing machine. Oops! It’s too wide! Guess I should have measured the spot first. Oh well. Since it moves so easily on wheels, I just store it in the space between my machines and the folding doors and move it out into the hallway when I’m actually doing laundry. Each cloth basket holds a full washer load (for a regular washer, probably not for a super-size front loader) and so far it’s kept the stray pieces of clothing off the top of my dryer.
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Q4U: What’s your best laundry room/closet organizing tip?
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Just a girl who's been through a lot of life, trying to process it all. Christ follower, mom, author, educator, speaker, editor, Diet Coke addict.
My mission is to walk with Christian women through the hard places of midlife toward the redemption and hope found in grace, forgiveness, and authenticity.
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Bethany:Thank you for your very nice review and feedback of our triple sorter. We are glad to hear of how easily it was for you and your daughter to put it together and that it's being put to good use. We welcome feedback and questions from you and your readers at any time at firstname.lastname@example.org. Best regards,SteveHoney-Can-Do