Tim Gunn's Closet Tips and Energy-Efficient Washers

Tim Gunn's Closet Tips and Energy-Efficient Washers

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Rachael Grad
Apr 6, 2009

This week The Washington Post Home & Garden section focuses on laundry and clothes: find energy-efficient washers, read Tim Gunn's advice on closet organization, and tour a redone laundry room. Tips for identifying energy-efficient washers include those with a capacity of at least 1.6 cubic feet, a rotating drum (not a central agitator), and high-pressure spray. Click below to read Tim Gunn's tips for closet organization and for links to the Post's articles...

Tim Gunn recommends folding or stacking sweaters, draping knits over a bar, and using cedar hangers for suits and dress pants. He advises giving easy access to clothing that you frequently wear and not overcrowding closet space. Click here to read the full article.

This week's Washington Post Home & Garden Section inclues:

- Time to Say Bye To Washers of Old?

- A True 'After' For House Calls; New & Improved - Fresh Ideas for the Laundry Room And Your Clothes. Shown above the jump is a photo of the renovated laundry room.

- It's Back to Basics for Housewares; Trade Show Reflects Leaner, DIY Times

- Ravishing Radishes for Spring

(Images: Givememyremote, Mark Finkenstaedt, getwithgreen)

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