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Here, a collapsible clothes rod is attached to the cabinet for additional hanging space and the iron is safely stored in a wall-mount cooling rack. Keg-size containers have been replaced by smaller bottles of ultraconcentrated formulas that take up far less space and clean just as well. Be sure to read the directions so you use the right amount.
Replace solid cabinet doors with pegboard, which boosts ventilation and storage options. Gather tips and special care instructions with a clamp affixed to the pegboard. Use wire hooks to create dedicated hanging spots for lint rollers and other tools. Repurpose pencil canisters as door-mount holders for brushes and spot cleaners.
This laundry center has plenty of storage takeaways. Here, wire racks stand alone inside the armoire and put sprayers, glass containers, soaps, and ironing supplies in plain view and within easy reach. A former belt-and-tie organizer screws to the inside of the door to keep fragrant sachets at hand. A dry-erase board communicates the weekly laundry schedule and special care instructions.
Separate laundry in a multibag rolling hamper and speed up wash day. Get even more out of the hamper by topping it with a flip top folding board or padded ironing board.
Everyone has a collection of clothes that need special treatment, whether it's spot removal, dry-cleaning, or hand-washing. Allocate a special basket or bag to handle these garments.
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