Got kids? Then you've got laundry. Piles and piles of it.
With school uniforms, sports clothes, play clothes, Mom and Dad clothes, and everyone's bed linens, and towels, our homes often resemble a laundromat, with both machines humming and a half-dozen or so loads waiting for their turn.
It's hard enough to keep up with laundry load, let alone the latest fabrics and their special care.
As a result, the laundry basket eternally runneth over, and no one ever seems to have the right thing to wear. You feel like you're on an ever-accelerating Laundromat treadmill.
And if you've ever pulled a pink shirt out of the washing machine when a white one went in, or put on a fresh pair of jeans that are still sporting the signs of last week's picnic, you know that even a simple task you've done hundr4eds of times can get complicated now and then.
By following the basic sorting techniques, matching the right laundry products and water temperature to each load, and putting stain-busting strategies into play, you can make such spotty moments disappear.
You'll be rewarded with clothes that look cleaner and actually last longer, and you'll have more time to tackle other jobs you've been neglecting.