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Mums Who Clean: Australian mother shares time-saving washing trick that eliminates ironing forever


‘I’ll never iron again’: Mum shares her ‘genius’ washing trick that will shave HOURS off your laundry routine – and all you need are pegs and coat hangers

  • A mother discovered a clever trick that cuts ironing from her laundry routine
  • She washes clothes on a gentle cycle then shakes each item vigorously
  • The Sydney mum drapes damp garments on coat hangers and pulls into shape
  • She clips hangers to clothesline using ‘HEGS’ pegs which don’t move in the wind 
  • Once dry, she hangs clothes straight in the wardrobe – no ironing required
  • Photos of her trick have won widespread praise after being shared on Facebook

A mother has shared a clever trick that will shaves hours off your laundry routine – because you’ll never need to iron again.

Kate Murray washes clothes on a gentle cycle and shakes each item vigorously before draping damp garments over coat hangers to pull them into shape.

The mum from Sydney then hooks the hangers to her clothesline using sturdy ‘HEGS’ pegs, which prevent clothes from blowing in the wind and creasing.

Once dry, Ms Murray hangs everything straight in her wardrobe – no ironing required.

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A Sydney mother eliminates ironing from her laundry routine by hanging damp clothes over hangers and fixing them to her clothesline with sturdy HEGS pegs (pictured) which prevent garments from blowing in the wind

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The South Australian made pegs have hooks on either side which allow you to hang clothes without clamping down on fabric, leaving less peg and crease marks

‘I’ve done this for years and used to use normal pegs on each coat hanger but Hegs pegs make things even easier!’ she wrote in the caption.

The pegs, which are made in South Australia and cost $6 for packs of 18 at leading supermarkets like Coles and Woolworths, have hooks on either side which allow you to hang clothes without clamping down on fabric, leaving less peg and crease marks.

They can even be used to hang multiple garments at once, with tank tops and strappy dresses draped over the hooks and heavier pieces like jeans and jackets secured under the clamp.

Those looking to buy in bulk can pick up 42-packs for $13 at Big W.

Photos of the trick, which have been liked almost 900 times since they were posted in a Facebook cleaning group on Sunday night, have drawn hundreds of delighted responses.

‘Fantastic idea, thanks for sharing. I use these pegs and will start doing the same,’ one woman replied. 

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The handy trick eliminates the need for ironing by keeping clothes secure while they dry

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The pegs cost $6 for packs of 18 at leading supermarkets like Coles and Woolworths (left) and also come in 42-packs which cost $13 at Big W (right)

‘Very cool! I hang T-shirts and shirts on coat hangers on a clothes rack, but these are great,’ added another.

A third confirmed the pegs are superior to others on the market, writing: ‘Unlike a lot of pegs, they don’t mark clothing either.’

Other comments branded the trick an ‘amazing game-changer’.



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