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Sock Sorting Hacks That Will Blow Your Mind

Sock Sorting Hacks That Will Blow Your Mind

Socks are an essential part of our wardrobe, but they can also be a pain to keep track of. Mismatched socks are a common problem, and they can be a real morning headache. But there are a few simple sock hacks that can help you keep your socks organised and minimise the morning madness. Here are a few of our favourite sock hacks:

Colour code your socks by size

Our socks come with a different coloured dot on the sole depending on the size. This is a great way to keep track of whose socks are whose, especially if you have multiple kids. 

Family sock sorting system - different coloured dot for each family member

Have one sock basket for the whole family

When you have a sock sorting system if makes it easy and instant for everyone to know whose socks are whose, and which socks go together. dot on a sock socks are socks with dots colour coded by size, so you can easily find a matching pair of socks for every member of the family - no need to sort (or even pair) the socks. 


Empower your kids to love finding their own socks

Our socks with dots colour-coded by size make sock sorting a breeze. The different-sized dots make it easy for kids to tell their socks apart, even if they're the same colour. This will save you time and frustration, and it will make sock sorting a more enjoyable experience for everyone. Our kids even loving helping to fid their little brother’s socks which is such a win! 

kids helping each other put on socks

If your socks get old, don't throw them away. 

Old socks have a multitude of uses. When you implement your new socks sorting system, we recommend wiping the slate clear and getting rid of your old odd socks. But don’t throw them out. Here’s a few uses for old socks: 

  • Old socks make great dust cloths. They're soft and absorbent, and they're lint-free. Simply cut the socks off at the ankle and use them to dust furniture, appliances, and other surfaces.
  • They also make great pet hair removers. If you have pets, you know how much hair they can shed. You can use an old sock to remove pet hair from furniture and carpets. Simply wet the sock and wring it out. Then, rub the sock over the surface to pick up the hair. 
  • Pet toys: Old socks can be turned into fun and engaging toys for your pets. Simply stuff the socks with some fabric scraps or paper and tie them closed. Your pets will love to play fetch or tug-of-war with their new toys.
  • Save for crafting projects. Old socks make great toys, puppets and can add texture to your next crafting project. 

We hope you've enjoyed these few simple sock hacks that can help you keep your socks organised... and what to do with those socks that are no longer fit for use! 

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