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We covet these utilitarian accessories and time- (and space-) saving gear, which make washing, drying, and ironing feel like less of a chore.
Nutscene's Sheila Maid ceiling-suspended airer works in tight spaces and adjusts to dry long tablecloths.
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Rowenta's Eco Intelligence iron uses 25 percent less energy than standard models.
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Go easy on the earth and your clothes by air-drying on a retractable wall-mounted clothesline.
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Yes, there is such a thing as a chic granny cart. We'd be proud to wheel this one to the laundromat or dry cleaner.
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This mesh dryer folds up small for easy storage.
Folding sweater dryer, $16, oxo.com
Rita sweater, $90, Tommy Hilfiger, 212-223-1824
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Wire Sorting Baskets
Lostine's bright wire baskets keep whites, colors, and delicates neatly sorted.
$55 each, hudson-boston.com
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