Mum shares her simple trick for getting more items on the washing line


Mum shares her simple trick for fitting more items on her indoor washing line – and is praised by thousands

  • A mum shared her simple trick for getting up to 73 wet items on the drying rack
  • The Australian woman, called Liesl Elizabeth, shared her video on TikTok
  • She said she used to be able to only get 32 items on the line ‘wet and crinkled’
  • But by using clothes hangers, you can get  

A mum has shared her simple trick for getting up to 73 wet items on the indoor drying rack, and she’s been praised by thousands for the space-saving hack.

The Australian woman, called Liesl Elizabeth, posted on TikTok, where she said she was sick of getting just 32 items on her line where they hung ‘wet and crinkled’.

So, she came up with the idea to hang clothes hangers on the side of the rack, so she could fit more items on that were ready to put away in her wardrobe.

 

AFTER: A mum has shared her simple trick for getting up to 73 wet items on the indoor drying rack, and she's been praised by thousands for the space-saving hack

BEFORE AND AFTER: A mum has shared her simple trick for getting up to 73 wet items on the indoor drying rack, and she’s been praised by thousands for the space-saving hack

BEFORE: The Australian woman, called Liesl Elizabeth, posted on TikTok, where she said she was sick of getting just 32 items on her line where they hung 'wet and crinkled'

The Australian woman, called Liesl Elizabeth, posted on TikTok, where she said she was sick of getting just 32 items on her line where they hung 'wet and crinkled'.

The Australian woman, called Liesl Elizabeth, posted on TikTok, where she said she was sick of getting just 32 items on her line where they hung ‘wet and crinkled’

‘This is my top wet laundry hack,’ Liesl wrote on TikTok.

‘I used to get 32 items on the line squashed and crinkled, with no room for the rest.

‘Now, 73 items are drying quicker, crease-free and so they’re easier to hang.’

Liesl accompanied her video with the finished result of her washing line, as well as showing how much she used to struggle before.

AFTER: So, she came up with the idea to hang clothes hangers on the side of the rack, so she could fit more items on that were ready to put away in her wardrobe

AFTER: So, she came up with the idea to hang clothes hangers on the side of the rack, so she could fit more items on that were ready to put away in her wardrobe

Thousands who saw the simple clip were impressed and said they would definitely give it a go at home.

‘Such a good hack,’ one commenter posted.

‘I can’t believe how many clothes you can get on there, oh my god,’ another added. 

Previously, she shared the cleaning items every homeowner should have in their kit, including a $5 cream cleanser from Bunnings Warehouse, eucalyptus oil and a spin mop (kit pictured)

Previously, she shared the cleaning items every homeowner should have in their kit, including a $5 cream cleanser from Bunnings Warehouse, eucalyptus oil and a spin mop (kit pictured)

Liesl has built up a huge following on TikTok for sharing handy household tips and tricks. 

Previously, she shared the cleaning items every homeowner should have in their kit, including a $5 cream cleanser from Bunnings Warehouse, eucalyptus oil and a spin mop.   

The first three areas that Liesl said need to be cleaned regularly in order to stay shiny is your grout, taps and sinks and your stove top.

For this, the mum from Perth relies on the Sabco Grout Brush ($4.50) from Bunnings, the Rubbermaid Power Scrubber ($20) from Bunnings and the $5 Glitz Cream Cleanser, also from the discount hardware store.

Shiny surfaces that get used regularly like shower screens, windows and mirrors need regular TLC.

For this, Liesl said she swears by a non-scratch scourer sponge, multiple microfibre cloths, a scraper blade from Bunnings and a squeegee, which you can run up and down the surfaces.



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