Laundry hamper dilemma

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  • #8408
    Norma
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    @bobandnancy asked about this before and I have been using a small lidded trash can for my dirty laundry.  I don’t, however, like the fact that it sits on the floor and I have to move it to get past the “wife” side of the bed and into that closet.

    Then I saw this and thought what a great idea for dirty laundry!  IF, that is, you have the spare wall space.  You could actually pre-sort!

    I think Lurch might need some red ones.  A 3-pack is $40 and you could actually use a couple for the intended purpose if you wanted to. heh!

    She’s using them for scarves and gloves.

    #8409
    Norma
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    …and here’s another idea…like this one too, if you have the closet space.  It doesn’t come in red, however.  😡

     

     

    #8411
    Norma
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    Check this out!  PVC (so you could fold it up) and a pillowcase!

    Couldn’t get the video/embed code to work, so just a link for you!!

     

     


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    #8413

    All good ideas except they all have to be moved either to shower or walk around, we finally purchased 2 small plastic waste paper bins that fit nicely at the foot of our bed so they can sit up there, out of the way until wash day. Pics soon!

    #8427
    Norma
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    If yours is like mine, there is a “set back” around the bed.  That’s actually a great idea!  I’m going to measure and see if I can come up with something for that space too.  No more walking around it/moving it!

    Yes, yes!  Pics please!!

    #8429
    Dan Huhn
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    they both look like good ideas. the one on the wall dont look like they would hold too much. we use a collaspable bag that fits in our closest. I do like the one that hangs on cloth rod

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