A mum has shared her miracle product and trick that takes just ten seconds out of her day and means she never needs to worry about ironing her children’s school uniforms
A savvy mum has shared her genius washing trick that means she never needs to worry about ironing her children’s school uniforms.
While ironing can take a big chunk out of your day, this hack takes just ten seconds and, according to the photos the mum posted on social media, works a treat.
Louise Quinlan, who has two children, posted a photo of their school shirts hanging upside down on a washing line, before and after she used the product.
She revealed that all she does is spray Lenor Crease Remover on them, and this takes care of any creases and lines, so she doesn’t need to get the iron out.
“My hack for not ironing the kids T-shirts for school,” she wrote.
“Added another photo for folk to see the other creases have dropped out now.”
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The spray costs just £3.50 from Wilko, and many impressed friends and followers of Louise’s rushed to purchase a bottle.
One commented: “That’s ace I need to try it.”
Another added: “I love this stuff.”
“Loads better!” remarked a third.
Meanwhile, another clever mum has shared the ‘snack trolley’ she created in a bid to stop her little ones regularly raiding the food cupboards and leaving them bare.
TikTok user @Dinalouann_5kids, who has five children and is currently expecting a sixth, has racked up millions of views on the platform as she gives an insight into her busy family life.
In one viral video, the mum shows the handles of three cupboards in the kitchen secured with a chain and padlock, joking: “The lengths I have to go to so my kids don’t eat me out of the house every day.”
She then shows a trolley with five trays stacked on top of one another, each emblazoned with the name of one of her children, which she fills with snacks each day for them to pick on between meals.
In a follow up video, the mum shows how she used a printer to create to name tags, before she fills each try with a balanced diet of food to keep them going throughout the day.
Each child gets a selection of snacks, which includes two pieces of fruit, a packet of crisps, drink, bread sticks dunkers, sandwich meat, and a small bowl of sweets.
The clips have gained more than 88,000 likes as other parents loved the idea and considered using for themselves to ensure the cupboards weren’t stripped bare moments after the food shop came home.
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