Babies tend to stain and soil their clothes frequently. You must change their clothes as soon as possible. As your baby’s immunity is still developing, you shouldn’t keep them in clothes with food crumbs or milk stains on them. Consequently, you’ll have a lot of baby clothes in your house. With all the other baby supplies – like diapers, wipes, toys, bib etc. – you might experience a space crunch in your wardrobe. 

Use the innovative and smart tips given below to organise your baby’s wardrobe efficiently. 

1) Make Compartments 

The simple act of compartmentalising the wardrobe will help you save ample space. Also, you won’t be tossing away piles of clothes just to hunt for a sock. Make separate sections for your baby’s clothing items, like caps, gloves, socks, pants, T-shirts, and swaddling clothes, and your life will be a tad easier. 

2) Use Plastic Containers 

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A newborn baby’s clothes are tiny and often impossible to fold. In the wardrobe, there’s a chance they might slip between the shelves and get misplaced. Use good quality plastic containers to store these clothes. Place these containers in your wardrobe, as they are convenient and easier to rifle through when you need something urgently. 

3) Use Mesh Bags

Keep your babies’ nappies and napkins sorted neatly in a mesh laundry bag. You can place the mesh bag directly in the washing machine to wash your baby’s clothes. If you are looking for a good detergent for your washing machine, we would recommend Surf Excel Matic Liquid. Check the pack to understand the correct usage instructions.

If you want to keep your baby’s clothes soft, use a fabric conditioner like Comfort Pure. It is specially formulated for sensitive skin. It keeps the fibres intact, thus making the fabric soft and smooth. It also adds a mild fragrance to the fabric.

4) Use Hangers 

Free up space on the floor of your wardrobe by hanging up your baby’s clothing items – like onesies, socks etc.

5) Use Baskets

Sort your baby’s clothes according to size and type of the clothing item and store them in baskets in your cupboard. This way, you’ll always have essentials like diapers handy when you need them.

There you go – prioritise, organise and compartmentalise to make space for your baby’s essentials in your wardrobe!