AD. How do I do laundry efficiently? I’ve been grappling with this problem for quite a while.
It seems to be an endless task in our home.
Every time I think I have conquered it, the clothing mountain grows again.
Does this strike a chord with you too?
When I say clothing mountain, I mean the piles of clothing before and after the wash.
This problem is compounded by the task of going up and down 5 floors between my laundry room in the basement and our shower room on the top floor, where laundry is constantly being generated.
I had one of those fabric laundry bags that would topple over when filled with clothes, and hence made my bathroom look messy.
I would lug that bag downstairs for the wash. If I forget to take it back up, then a new mountain of clothes would start to grow on the bathroom floor. Imagine the mess! The struggle is real.
After the wash, I would fold or iron the clothes downstairs in the laundry room and then carry separate piles up to the different rooms.
Although this is great exercise, it’s not what I want to do after a tiring 8 hour shift working at the hospital and definitely not doing the laundry efficiently.I needed to be more efficient, and thanks to Curver and their Infinity Recycled laundry range, I now have a better system in place.
I’ve had the Infinity storage boxes, baskets and hampers for a few months. I wanted to test them out before writing about my experience.
Doing laundry is now so much more a pleasure.
I have 2 laundry baskets and 2 hampers. I tend to rotate the hampers.
When a wash is in, I would bring the filled hamper downstairs to queue for the next wash, and take the second empty one back up.The baskets have been wonderful too. I would place my folded clothes into two baskets. There are two bedrooms on each floor, so I’ve allocated one basket for each floor.
No longer is there the chaotic running of up and down the stairs with different piles of clothes.
The baskets have amazing capacity too, and can house at least 3 full loads of folded laundry.
I’ve also used the infinity range storage boxes to organise smaller items of laundry such as small hand towels or folded pillow cases in my laundry cupboard.Last but not least, The Curver Infinity Recycled laundry range is made with 100% Recycled plastic.
Curver is one of the industry leaders in using recycled materials, and are aiming to further increase their use of such materials to 80%.
Their plastic products are designed for longevity, so no throwaway culture of single use plastic.So, what do you think? It’s wonderful how this range has helped me with my busy lifestyle. I’m definitely doing my laundry in a more ordered fashion now.
How do you do your laundry efficiently? Do you have a system in place? I’d love to hear your thoughts.
Here’s to 2020 being a year of organisation and calm.
(paid partnership with Curver)