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Laundry Legs is a laundry basket with adjustable legs attached that will also fold up flat for storage when you're not using it for laundry. Each basket is about the same size as a standard laundry basket without legs and is purported to comfortably hold a full load, regardless of whether that load is wet or dry. When you've folded out the basket's adjustable legs, you'll be able to choose between three different heights that'll put the basket anywhere between knee and waist level while you're standing.
The cost of Laundry Legs is $39.99 plus $5.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Laundry Legs at the discounted price of only $5.99 for a total price of $51.97.
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To get started with your Laundry Legs basket, unfold the two double-sided legs by gently pulling on them, and watch the basket expand to its full size.
If you want to adjust the level of the legs, press down on the two blue buttons (one on each side of the basket's rim) without letting go. This will enable you to pull up the basket or push it down until you've identified the leg height level that's most suitable for your needs. You'll be able to quickly change this by pressing the blue buttons again, so if you shift from a standing to a sitting or kneeling position, you can quickly shift your basket's height level.
After your basket's resting at a suitable height, you can fill it with dirty clothes, wet clothes to be hung up or transferred to your dryer, or clean clothes fresh out of the dryer. If you hang your clothes on a line outside, you can even transport wet clothes out there or bring dry clothes back into your home. Keep in mind that if you need to carry the basket, it's best to adjust its legs so they're as short as possible—otherwise, the basket could be challenging to carry.
When you're done with your basket and want to store it away for a while, make sure it has no clothes on it and pull on the white side grips (just below the blue buttons). This will make the legs retract. Following that, you'll have a flat laundry basket that you'll be able to store away in various spaces, such as underneath a piece of furniture.
If you leave laundry sitting around for a long time while you deal with something or someone else, like a phone call or a crying child, it can sometimes get stinky. However, this won't be as much of a concern when you use a Laundry Legs basket since each one is made of a ventilated mesh that keeps air circulating through. This will go a long way towards preventing unpleasant odors from forming within your laundry pile.
Each of these laundry baskets comes with a snap-on pouch that's meant to hold single socks until you can find the matches that have gone missing. Aside from snapping onto one of these laundry baskets, each pouch will zip shut. You may also find this pouch useful for holding small stray objects that show up in your laundry when they aren't supposed to, such as pennies or earrings.
If you don't feel like folding your basket up every time you want to move it, or you can't because it's full of clothes, its legs have been designed to slide smoothly along the floor. No matter what type of flooring you slide them across, it'll be unlikely to cause any damage to the floor.
Due to the three leg heights available, virtually any person of any height will be able to customize this laundry basket to suit them. If you're taller, setting up your basket's legs on one of the two lower levels may be appropriate since the basket will still hit you at about hip level. Shorter users, though, may need to go with the highest leg setting in order to have their basket sitting at the hip level.
If you use a standard laundry basket with no legs, and you don't have a medium-height piece of furniture available to rest it on, you'll have to place it on the floor. Unfortunately, that means you'll be required to bend over to retrieve the clothes from it. This can be hard on the back, especially if you bend over multiple times while hanging up wet clothes to dry or putting away clean clothes. On the other hand, a Laundry Legs basket will sit at an ideal level and relieve you from all that back-bending.
Users will also have the option of sitting on a chair or couch while folding laundry, while the Laundry Legs basket still remains able to sit at an ideal level. If you decide to sit down, selecting the second-lowest leg height available will probably be the best choice since it will enable people of average height to reach out and grab laundered garments comfortably. Those users who are a little shorter than average may want to select the lowest leg height instead.
There's a chance that the ventilated mesh that makes up most of each of these laundry baskets will allow the baskets to drip, potentially letting water out onto your floor. The leaks wouldn't be huge, because the holes in the mesh are small, but you'd still need to wipe it up. This may not be a huge disadvantage that this laundry basket carries over others, since many standard baskets contain holes, too, but it's something that could be considered a count against it.
The Laundry Legs basket has been designed to sit sturdily while holding a full load of laundry, and while it sits there as you sort or fold, it's very unlikely that it'll fall over. While you're adjusting the height level of the legs, however, there is a small risk of it toppling over to one side. For that reason, as you adjust the legs, it's a good idea to place one foot on the blue base of each of the legs to help prevent movement.
This laundry basket is only suitable for carrying or storing laundry and not other objects unless those objects are as soft as laundry and you've weighed them to determine that they aren't any heavier. If you were to fill your basket with random objects, any sharp edges could poke holes in the basket, and if the objects were too heavy, the bottom could drop out. Some people like to store a bottle of laundry detergent in their laundry basket, but you shouldn't use this basket for that purpose since full or even half-full detergent bottles tend to be heavy.
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