This Baby Clothes Drying Hack Will Make Laundry Day So Much Easier

Newborn babies bring about a whole lotta love and a whole lot of domestic chaos. There are bottles to sterilize, rooms to babyproof, and let's not forget about the endless amounts of laundry thanks to the constant poop-splosions and spit up. When you've got a load of washing to hang out to dry, it can seem impossible to get it all on the line or the rack. One website has shared their simple but genius hack that will have you screaming "Why didn't I think of that sooner?"

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The hack was shared by BT, a British telecommunications company with an online information website. What's the secret behind the hype? It's so simple it hurts, but it'll definitely make laundry day painless.

While most of us hang up baby clothes with pegs, we've all been missing a trick. By using hangers to place the clothes onto the rack, not only are you saving space but the tiny outfits will dry quicker, giving you a chance to fit another load in. They're hanging freely and in this summer heat, they will likely dry in no time at all. All you need to do is hang your clothes up and they'll also be crease free. Simply pop one onto a hanger and that'll get the job done, giving you more time to run around like a headless chicken doing other chores. After all, we all know how precious time is when you have a baby. The more you can do during nap time, the better! Go wild and do the dishes too. Treat yourself. BT also says that placing your airer in a well-ventilated room is the key to speedy drying.

Moms around the world shared their surprise at the painfully obvious drying technique, tagging friends as they shared exclamations like, "Why didn't I know about this sooner!". Sometimes, it's the little things in life that make a mom happy, and this is definitely one of them. If you didn't know before, you know now.

Make the most out of your next laundry day! Let us know if you tried this hack and if it really worked for you in the comments.


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