By . Laundry Hamper. At Wednesday, July 11th 2018, 19:45:45 PM.
Anything that does not have a place to go and needs to be stored out of sight in a pleasant container can be stashed inside laundry hampers. Using colorfully designed bins in a child's room can encourage children to learn their colors and pick up the stray toy to put it away in the corresponding color of container: toys go in the green basket, dirty clothes in the red basket. You get the idea. Because children's rooms are typically decorated in primary colors, consider having bins that reflect these colors in the closets, playroom and in the main room.
The first thing to consider when looking at laundry hampers is that if multiple baskets will help you. You can buy dressers with built-in hampers that actually allow you to sort your colors before you ever get to the washing machine. Imagine having one hidden hamper for colors and one for white clothing. This is a great way to teach your entire family how to help you with the laundry.
Having heaping piles of clothes in and around your house is very unattractive, and it can lead to the development of disgusting smells if they are left too long. Laundry hampers help prevent the formation of odor causing bacteria, as they keep your clothes off of the floor, and generally contain a liner that helps fight the existence of moisture in between the articles of clothing. Not only does this allow you to keep your house looking and smelling better, but it also works to fight germ and bacteria growth, so you can keep your family safe. Bacteria and germs thrive exponentially in areas where there is dirt, warmth, and moisture, so if you are throwing your clothes on the floor of the bathroom instead of storing them in an anti-microbial hamper between cleanings, you could be breeding a multitude of microbes.