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  • Help Your Kids Handle Laundry on Their Own
  • Maria Eckersley
  • kid hacksKid RoomsKidsLaundry HackMom HacksOrganizationtips

Help Your Kids Handle Laundry on Their Own

Help Your Kids Handle Laundry on Their Own

I’ve had a lot of questions about these drawers after the summer-survival laundry post on Studio 5’s feed this week.

I hate dressers in kid rooms. They take up tons of space and are hard for little hands to manage. At our house, we keep kid clothes in these handy pull-out plastic bins instead. They’re not cheap - around $10 for each stackable drawer - but they work like a charm and make it easy for little kids to see what’s inside 

I usually do a stack of 5 in each closet: Top Drawer: socks/undies, 2nd Drawer: Shirts, 3rd Drawer: Pants, 4th Drawer: PJs, 5th Drawer: sport/swim

If drawers need dividing (like the underwear/sock drawer) I just cut a piece of foam core to fit and secure it with clear packing tape. It’s a simple solution that has been a staple in our house since my teens were toddlers.

  • Maria Eckersley
  • kid hacksKid RoomsKidsLaundry HackMom HacksOrganizationtips

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