Archive for November, 2012

Organizing Your Laundry Room To Save You Time by Tina Gleisner

Do you have a system that you can use to save time when doing laundry? These tips on doing the laundry will help you share laundry tasks with every member of the family, to either eliminate steps or do them more efficiently. Your laundry room might be right next to the kitchen but it seems […]

Teaching Children the Basics of Laundry by Laura Bramble

Teaching a child how to do laundry is not difficult, but can be very rewarding for both parent and child. Laundry is a learning opportunity that can reinforce color recognition, sorting, manual dexterity, following directions and responsibility. Oh, and teaching a child how to do laundry also gets a household chore out of the way […]

Understanding Your Laundry Detergent by Donald Grummett

History ———— Soap has been around for 5000 years. Both the Egyptians and Babylonians used soap for personal cleaning. Soap then was a mixture of rendered animals fats and ashes. Although its basic principles remain the same, it is now made using a sophisticated chemical and manufacturing process. Do you know that during the middle […]

Staying Organized With Laundry Room Storage Cabinets By: Thomas T. Latimer

As soon as you savor and choose upon your ideal laundry room there will be a thing which you certainly can’t do without. Option addition of laundry room cabinets. You’ll be surprised at the amount of time your loved ones may become spending in such a room after adding these cabinets and for that reason […]

Laundry Room Organizers: Innovative Products That Make Wash Day A Cinch By: Harold Gilliam

Unless you are going to be hanging your laundry on a line strung between two centuries-old trees in a field on top of a windswept hill while your family dances in the background, laundry day can be a bit of a drag. Laundry is a chore like anything else, but you can make it easier […]


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