Transport Laundry With One Hand, No Basket Required

Sometimes, if I haven’t done my washing for a while, using my hamper to transport clothes to the laundry isn’t ideal since it’ll contain a few loads. Redditor RedSquaree shows us how to move those clothes without dropping them everywhere.

Just lay a pair of pants — preferably one that’s going that particular load — and roll up the other clothes, as shown above. You can then carry it with one arm, without dropping socks and other items of clothes along the trail Hansel and Gretel style. You could use a towel or sheet too, but if your towels are in their own separate load — which they should be — this trick works pretty well.

Check out the full step-by-step to the right, or hit the link below to read more, and while you’re at it, check out our favourite tips for speeding up laundry too.

LTP: How to Easily Transport Dirty Clothes to the Laundry Room, Without Using a Bag or Basket [Reddit

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