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Laundry Room Organization

If the clutter and disorganization of your laundry area make you want to run from the room as soon as you’ve snagged that final sock from the dryer, you’re in need of a laundry room makeover.

 

The place where you sort, wash, dry, and fold needn’t be dark, disorganized, and depressing. And even within tight quarters, there are smart strategies you can use to make your space work well for you. With a few of our tricks and tips, you can turn that room into a neat and inviting space. Heck, once you’ve cleared the disarray, the laundry room -- and not the couch, in front of the TV -- may actually become your favorite spot to relax and fold.

If the clutter and disorganization of your laundry area make you want to run from the room as soon as you’ve snagged that final sock from the dryer, you’re in need of a laundry room makeover.

 

The place where you sort, wash, dry, and fold needn’t be dark, disorganized, and depressing. And even within tight quarters, there are smart strategies you can use to make your space work well for you. With a few of our tricks and tips, you can...

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Residues from fabric softeners, as well as the fragrances commonly used in them, can aggravate allergies and sensitivities, and can also be hazardous in some dryers, leaving a buildup on lint screens, which can block airflow, or on moisture sensors.

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