Organizing Towels

Organizing your towels can improve the storage capacity of your linen closet and kitchen drawers. This is a guide about organizing towels.

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Tip: Rolling Towels for Storage

By Monique 108 177

Stack of rolled towels.In my airing/linen cupboard I like to roll up my towels into little sausages! Fold them in half and then again, then roll them up and stack on top of each other. This makes finding a towel very easy and your cupboard tends to stay neat. Also, I keep my spare bars of soap in between them. Dry soap lasts longer, keeps moths away, and smells nice!

Source: The towels was an idea in a magazine. The soap was mine.

By Monique from Somerset, UK

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Question: Organizing Towels

Tips for organizing towels. Post your ideas.

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

August 7, 2005

I read somewhere that you can use one of those wine racks to display towels in your bathroom. (You have to roll them up). I see small wineracks all the time at thrift shops.

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Tip: Hand Towel Tip For Children

I bought extra large safety pins and pinned the hand towels on the towel bar. This way when younger ones dry their hands the towel doesn't end up in the floor! It also works pinning my decorative towels to their towel bars, so no one grabs them off to use after a bath.

By Casey

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Tip: Organizing Bathroom Towels

By April 187 452

After having all the towels end up in the same bathroom, leaving other bathrooms in the house with no towels, I came up with this solution. We have 4 bathrooms in the house, and 1 in the RV. All get regular use in this large family.

Each bathroom has its own color scheme. Towels match the bathroom. One bath has a yellow shower curtain and gets the yellow towels and washcloths. Our master bath is sage green, so all our towels, wash clothes and bathroom rugs and shower mat are sage green. The older girl's bathroom uses zebra print towels, the downstairs bath is light purple. The bathroom in the RV gets all other colors (left over from before we used this system) and white. I went with white as sometimes the camper is at the lake and the towels get dirtier in the camper. With white they can be bleached.

This saves arguments from the kids fighting over who took all the towels, and makes putting the laundry away go a lot faster.
In shared bathrooms, one gets the light yellow towels, while her sister gets the darker yellow towels. And, downstairs we do the same thing with light purple and darker purple towels.

No fights and with this system towels can still be washed together, kept in the same bathroom, but are easy to identify as to what household member they go to, as we use our towels more than once before washing them.

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    Tip: Use Old Kitchen Towels for Cleaning

    By Ethel Martinez 8 10

    For general cleaning, I use worn out kitchen towels. They are great for dusting, getting into corners, and behind the faucets in kitchen and bathroom. They can be washed and reused several times.

    Also, in the summer I hang my laundry on a clothes line to dry. Make sure you bring in colors as soon as they dry. You don't want them to fade. As for the whites, you won't believe the freshness and brightness the sun gives them or your savings on electricity!

    Source: Learned growing up with my grandparents, who didn't have modern conveniences. We had no indoor bathroom, hot water heater, or washer and dryer.

    By Emarty from Boyd, TX

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