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    34 Things That'll Make Doing Your Laundry Feel Like Less Of A Chore

    Laundry day will be loads of fun now.

    1. A laundry basket that'll fold flat when you're not using it. It has two sturdy handles and can hold up to two full loads of laundry, making it the perfect basket for anyone who doesn't have an ensuite washer and has to go to a laundromat.

    2. A folding cup caddy that'll hang over the spout of your favourite laundry detergent to prevent dripping or spilling. It locks in place to keep it from moving and you can fold it up when when you're not using it.

    3. An all-natural stain remover that'll remove food, grass, sweat, and oil stains from all your clothing, bed linens, and carpets. It's non-toxic, so you can even use it on your baby's clothes.

    4. Or an eco-friendly wine remover spray, if you're drinking a glass of red, red wine. It's made with a citrusy blend of fruit and vegetable extracts, making it bleach-free, biodegradable, and safe to use around children and pets.

    5. A sock organizer that you can throw in the washer and dryer, so you never lose another sock again. Just attach your socks in pairs and use the adjustable slider to secure them. It'll hold both adult and kid socks, and it comes with a hook so you can hang it up in your closet for storage.

    A person holding a long rope in front of a dryer The rope has multiple sets of socks attached to it

    6. A box of colour-catching sheets that'll absorb excess dye, so it doesn't bleed onto your light-coloured clothing in the washing machine. It'll save you from sorting your laundry, especially when you don't have enough clothing to do separate loads of whites and colours.

    A person placing three fabric sheets into the washing machine

    7. A handheld garment steamer that'll remove wrinkles in a couple minutes. It's a great alternative to an iron, which is often time-consuming and requires its own equipment. It also warms up quickly and is super gentle on fabric, so your silk blouse is totally safe.

    8. A heavy duty laundry bag in the shape of a punching bag that'll make carrying your dirty clothes look a lot cooler. It's made with a durable canvas material with fabric handles that you can hang up like a real heavy bag, and it's deep enough to carry multiple loads of laundry.

    9. A mesh bag that'll protect your shoes while they're in the washing machine. Now you can throw your Converse in the wash instead of scrubbing at them with a cleaning brush. It has a set of bands that'll fit around the door of your front-loading dryer, so your shoes stay put instead of rolling around.

    10. A bottle of plant-based laundry soap, if you just want to wash a couple of things and don't have enough clothing to do a full load. It's perfect for the clothes you don't want to put in the washing machine for fear of shrinking or getting damaged like sweaters and lingerie.

     A small bottle of laundry detergent with a few sliced figs and flowers artfully placed around it

    11. And a small basin that'll make it easier to soak and wash your clothes at home. It has handles on the side, so you can transfer it from the sink to the counter. There's also a plug at the bottom that'll drain the water once you're done.

    12. An electric lint remover that'll gently remove stray fibres from your clothes and linens, so they look as good as new. It comes with a long USB cord to plug into your laptop or power bank charger, making it a great travel-friendly tool.

    13. A small stain brush that'll help you get those stubborn stains out of your clothes before you throw them in the wash. It's gentle enough to use on any fabric, without harming the material.

    14. A pack of Affresh cleaning tablets, because washing machines need a bath every now and then, too. It's a slow-dissolve, foaming tablet that'll remove any residue that's built up and turn your washer back into a mean, clean washing machine.

    A person placing a small detergent pod into their washing machine

    15. Or a pack of cleaning wipes, so you can clean your washing machine inside and out. They're lined with micro-grab fibres to trap residue, dirt and dust from any surface and leaves behind a light, lemony scent.

    16. A shopping cart that you've probably seen in the grocery store, but can easily be used to move your laundry from home to the laundromat. It has wheels, so you don't have to carry it like a traditional laundry bag, and it can hold up to 110 pounds. Plus, the metal frame is collapsible, so you can store it without taking up too much space.

    17. A dryer vent cleaning brush that'll give your dryer the deep clean it probably needs. The strong bristles are designed to grab dust, lint, and dirt from every nook and cranny. And once the machine is clean, it'll dry your clothes way faster.

    A person using a long flexible brush to clean the drying machine vents

    18. A set of mesh laundry bags that'll protect your lingerie and other delicates from getting damaged in the washing machine. The bags come in different sizes for small and large garments, as well as different colours to separate light from dark clothing.

    Five mesh bags with zippers at the top The bags are different sizes and filled with clothes

    19. A nifty clothes folder that'll turn you into an expert laundry folder. It can be adjusted to accommodate thicker pieces like sweaters, and will help you fold perfectly neat stacks that'll keep your closets and drawers looking super orderly.

    20. A dryer sheet dispenser that'll disguise your box of dryer sheets with a sleek-looking cover. It'll also declutter your countertop as it sticks magnetically to the side of your dryer.

    21. A cheat sheet, so you can do your laundry like a pro. It'll help you make sense of symbols on your clothing tags, tell you how to get rid of certain stains, and choose the right temperature for different fabrics. It's also magnetic, so you can stick it on your washer or dryer.

    22. A tub of OxiClean laundry stain remover that'll return your white clothing to their original color. Just add a bit to to your load or dissolve some in a basin of water to pre-soak your clothes to get the more stubborn stains out.

    A tub of stain remover, a large bottle of stain remover, and plastic bag of stain remover

    23. A set of wool dryer balls that are an eco-friendly alternative to fabric softener. They'll also help your clothes dry faster and reduce wrinkles and static. The bigger your load, the more balls you should put in your dryer.

    Six fuzzy wool balls in a dryer with a load of laundry

    24. A space-saving waste bin that'll give you a stylish, but practical place to put all the lint from your dryer. It has a pair of keyholes and a magnet on the back, so you can decide if you want to mount it on the wall or stick it to the side of your dryer.

    A small bin attached to the side of a drying machine and filled with lint balls

    25. A huge hamper backpack that'll make it so much easier to travel to the laundromat. It's made of extra-durable nylon that won't tear, and it has two rings on the back, so you can hang it up on your wall or door.

    26. A collapsible drying rack for all the clothes you can't put in the dryer. There are nine expandable rods, so you'll be able to fit anything from lingerie to towels on it. And when you're finished with it, you can fold it up for easy storage.

    A metal drying rack with three clothing items hanging from the bars

    27. Or a mesh hanging dryer, if you don't have a lot of floor space. The metal hooks fit easily over doors or shower rods, so you can dry your clothes pretty much anywhere in your house.

    A mesh drying rack with three tiers hanging from a pair of over-the-door hooks

    28. An ironing mat that'll transform any flat surface into a makeshift ironing board. It's made with durable and heat-resistant cotton, so you don't have to worry about damaging the pad or the surface underneath.

    A thick quilted mat with an iron lying on it

    29. A double laundry hamper with removable bags to make laundry day a lot easier. The hamper comes with an odour-blocking lid to keep your dirty clothes out of sight. It is also the perfect size for small spaces and is easy to collapse and store.

    A large rectangular fabric laundry hamper with two slots

    30. Or a two-compartment laundry hamper that's perfect for children because it has labelled baskets. It's small enough to fit in tight spaces like a closet, and it has sturdy handles on each side that'll make it easier to move when it's full.

    A large laundry hamper with two sections One side has dark written on it and the other has light laundry written on it

    31. A tin of vegan laundry soda that'll clean your clothes without any harsh chemicals. The powder is a more concentrated version of laundry detergent, which tends to be at least 50% water, so you only need a little scoop to go a long way.

    A person standing near their washing machine and scooping laundry detergent out of a small tin

    32. A clip hanger, so you can air dry all your small clothing items like lingerie, socks, or baby clothes. Each one has eight clips, so you can hang multiple garments and save space, too.

    A wide hanger with eight little clips hanging from it There are two scarves hanging from the clips

    33. A slim storage unit that'll fit perfectly between machines or between the wall and a machine, so you can store and access all your laundry supplies.

    34. And finally, a utility cart with a hanging rod, basket, and shelf that'll give you a place to hang and store clothes, if you don't have a lot of space in your laundry room. It can hold up to 50 pounds, and it has wheels, so you can easily move it from one room to another.

    A small square laundry basket with wheels It has a tall hanging rack above it

    You on laundry day:

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