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The Rinse Cycle Procrastination the worst enemy to most people when it comes to laundry No matter how much they do during the week it always seems like there is a mountain of laundry to do on Sunday night I personally always ended up being stuck with the mountain of laundry on Sunday night because it was usually most of my clothes Therefore I had to devise a method of doing all that laundry in one night so I would have clothes for the next week First I figured out that the smaller the group the faster it washes and dries Therefore I put the laundry into the normal piles but then I divided those piles in half For example I divided the colors into the new group of blues and greens and the new group of reds oranges and pinks I divided whites into three groups White socks panties underwear and bras were one group The other white groups were whites that had any sort of color on them that had the potential to fade onto other clothes and plain whites The pants I divided into three groups khakis light blue Jeans and dark blue Jeans Then towels I just piled together because I had a whole different plan for them Next I put piles in order from smallest to largest It usually ends up in this order white intimates whites with colors on them plain whites khakis light Jeans dark Jeans greens and blues and reds pinks and oranges I figured this would be the best way to do it because it keeps the whites and colors apart Of course towels follow that but they are handled differently The smallest pile goes into the washer first The reason for this is that the washer machine always finishes before the dryer If the load is small it should be dry by the time the second load is finished washing Sometimes the load
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