7 Steps to Help You Have an Organized Laundry Room ...


Do you dream of having an organized laundry room?

Most women do.

After all, this is a room where they find themselves spending a lot of time.

I understand completely because I felt the same way.

Let me tell you how I made the dream of an organized laundry room come true.

1. Clean out the Junk

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Laundry rooms are notorious for collecting junk.

It is an out of the way room that can become a catch all, if you are not careful.

This can happen even if you are not the one using it for storage.

The first step to an organized laundry room is getting rid of all of the junk.

Put things in their correct home or find them a home.

2. Pare down

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Laundry rooms are usually the last room to get organized.

They are usually an afterthought when we do any deep cleaning.

The next step to an organized laundry room is to pare down.

Do you have a detergent you never use because you don’t like it?

Give it to a friend.

Go through all your items and get rid of what doesn’t work for you.

3. Set up a System

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If you set up a system for dirty laundry, you will have a better chance of keeping your laundry room organized.

I use hampers divided into three sections.

I label each section with the type of laundry load that is to be placed there.

The most important step is to teach others your system so that each individual is sorting their dirty laundry.

You can use another system but this one has worked out beautifully for me.

4. Clean It Regularly


It is easy to forget to clean your laundry room when you clean the rest of your house.

Maybe it is because it is an out of the way room or there doesn’t seem like there is much to clean.

Whatever the reason, it isn’t a good thing.

Your laundry room needs to be cleaned the same as the rest of your home.

Regularly clean the floors and wipe down your appliances.

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