This Is How We Do: Laundry

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This week we’re finally talking about the topic April has been dying to cover for two years: laundry. From personalized Ziploc bags for collecting stray socks to how to avoid ironing forever, we’re covering every strategy we have for making laundry easier. If you’ve got last week’s towels still piled haphazardly on the couch because washing AND drying AND folding AND putting away is just two steps too many, shove them to the side and join us for our hacks and hangups about the dirty work of cleaning clothes.


Show Notes

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Mentioned in this episode:

A Slob Comes Clean, where Indiana got the idea for laundry day

April’s Christmas gift wall mount dryer rack

April’s Laundry Recs:
Use Shout Color Catchers and never separate your lights and darks again
Woolite Darks detergent is April’s secret for helping her clothes last longer
Lingerie bags for anything delicate
Find a stain remover you love
Bleach alternative tabs

Ashlee’s Laundry Recs:
Wash It Later
The lint shaver that has saved multiple shirts

Indiana’s Laundry Recs:
Wool dryer balls
Rockin’ Green laundry detergent for cloth diapers (and napkins)

Related previous episodes:

This Is How We Do: Organization & Systems

Related essays:

Dreams Of Domesticity And The Reality Of A Dead Gerbil
The Neverendingness Of Recurring Non-Negotiables
I Cannot Make Dinner On Thursday Night And Other Tasks I’m Incapable Of Completing
In Review


Show credits: 

Hosted by Indiana Adams, Ashlee Gadd, and April Hoss, produced by Katie Leipprandt, edited by Kyle Cummings, content managed by Jennifer Batchelor.


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