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Sock Organizer Laundry Helper

Sock Organizer Laundry Helper

Regular price $12.00 USD
Regular price $22.97 USD Sale price $12.00 USD
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Stop losing your socks and keep them organized with ease

Disaster! We just pulled the laundry out, and we’re missing a sock.

Okay, so it’s not exactly life changing, but it’s so freaking annoying. We’ve lost three socks this way. Seriously, how do they disappear?

We tried washing them rolled up together in a ball, but they didn’t really get clean that way, and they didn’t even come close to getting dry.

So do we just let the washing machine gremlins eat our socks forever? Sounds good for the gremlins, bad for our socks.

This sock organizer is washer and dryer safe, works with any kind of socks, and prevents you from ever losing your socks again.

It’s so simple, it’s kind of genius.

  • Universal. This works with any kind of sock from baby to adult to dress to ankle. So don’t even worry that yours are a bad fit, they’re not.
  • 9 pairs. Each organizer holds 9 pairs of socks. That’s kind of a lot. Seriously, how many socks do you wash at once anyway?
  • No bleeding. Don’t worry, your organizer won’t bleed or fade no matter how many times you wash or dry it. 
  • Easy to use. Just pull your socks through the loop, put the entire organizer in the wash, and you’re done.
  • Clean and dirty. Make things even easier on yourself. Separate your socks into two organizers, one clean and one dirty. Just try not to mix them up.
  • More than socks. Got gloves, scarves, hats? Use this for any small items you’ve got lying around, not just socks.

Never lose your socks again.

The socks that wash together and dry together end up staying together. It’s pretty simple, really.

Plus they come out of the wash already organized, so there's nothing else to do. Just hang the organizer up with the socks still attached and you’re done.

Order this sock organizer today and always know where your socks are.

Another bonus? Kids actually like this thing. It’s a good way to trick them, er, we mean teach them responsibility.

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