A MUM-OF-FOUR who decided not to put ANY clothes away during lockdown revealed how they created such a high pile in her living room she could sit on it like a throne.
Kodie Quinlivan, from Perth, Western Australia, proudly dubbed the gigantic mound 'Mount Fold-more'.
She revealed how in the end she had to take everything to the dry-cleaners to be re-washed, ironed and folded – and it filled 50 bags.
She shared her tale to mixed reactions on the Mums Who Clean Facebook page last year.
Kodie said:"Mount-fold-more is no more…
"Everything was re-washed dried ironed and folded.
"Now the mission of putting them all away.
"During Covid and homeschooling four kids I didn’t bother about folding any washing, it ended up like this! I decided to sit on it, take a picture an own it…"
One woman said: "A strong woman always finds a solution!! You’re nailing it!!"
Another added: "More of this should be shown, we aren’t all super woman, reality is nice to see."
During Covid and homeschooling four kids I didn’t bother about folding any washing, it ended up like this!
Another added: "Love how you have owned that, made my day! We put so much pressure on ourselves & there’s more in life than folding clothes. Enjoy your family, it’ll still be there when your ready."
Although some people wondered just how much it cost to send it all to the dry cleaners – with one saying: "I am completely astounded on one front. Our dry cleaner would charge about $30 to get one jacket done."
Elsewhere, one woman shared how to baby proof your house in SECONDS using empty baby wipe packets.
And another revealed how to get your kitchen worktop sparkling clean using a baby wipe and plastic knife.
Meanwhile, a clever mum used washing up liquid to remove stains from baby grows and the results are amazing.
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