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While a thor­ough clean in spring is a good idea, Howards Stor­age World mar­ket­ing com­mu­ni­ca­tions manager Cathy Player sug­gests also us­ing this time of year to set up bet­ter ways of do­ing things.

Given it’s only a few months be­fore Christ­mas, Cathy says it’s a great time to set your­self up with a more or­gan­ised pantry.

She says hav­ing good qual­ity, stack­able con­tain­ers with vac­uum-sealed tech­nol­ogy will not only help or­gan­ise a pantry, they will avoid food spoilage and stop bugs such as pantry moths.

She also rec­om­mends set­ting up a laun­dry sys­tem for the fam­ily.

“You can have a tower with bas­kets to sort your colours, whites, dry clean­ing and so on.” Cathy says.

“Ev­ery mem­ber of the fam­ily has the re­spon­si­bil­ity to use that, rather than just dump­ing their wash­ing down in the laun­dry.”

Once the clothes are washed and dry, she rec­om­mends us­ing a dis­tri­bu­tion sta­tion with a bas­ket for each fam­ily mem­ber.

“So you’ve washed your clothes, you’ve dried them and the next step is to have a fold­ing ta­ble,” she says.

“Then from the fold­ing ta­ble it goes straight into a dis­tri­bu­tion sta­tion. The laun­dry is def­i­nitely an area where you can win back some time.

“Spring­time’s a great time to put those sys­tems in place.”

You can see ev­ery­thing at a glance with the Easy-Build kitchen pantry from Howards Stor­age World.

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