Do you hate putting away clothe as much as I do? It’s the strangest thing. I don’t mind doing the laundry, washing the clothes or drying them. But once they are clean and get in the basket, they sit there…and they sit there…and they sit there. Then more clean laundry piles up and it’s not long before the pile is toppling over.
Or someone needs something from the bottom, digs their hand in and it all becomes a wrinkled mess! That’s why I’m excited to share this guest post by Threadrobe. If you hate putting away clothes, check out this furniture that hangs clothes for you!
Remember the last time you came home on a Friday after a long week of work, sat down on the couch, put your feet up, and thought “hey—at least I don’t have to to laundry this weekend?” Yeah, right. Laundry is the little insatiable beast that never goes away—which is why more than one mom has privately considered torching an entire pile of clean clothes rather than folding and putting them away.
We’ve managed to automate nearly every other manual task in our homes—we have bots to do the dishes, vacuum the floors, turn down the temp when we leave and even lock our doors. You’d think someone would figure out how to put away clean laundry. Ladies and gents, I’m happy to say that time has arrived, and that “someone” is ThreadRobe.
The ThreadRobe sorts, identifies, and stores each piece of clothing until you need it back.
Watch how it works here:
Best of all, this bot is 100% incognito. Go ahead and put it in your bedroom where your dresser used to be, because it looks like any other piece of bedroom furniture.
No more staring at an open closet deciding what to wear.
No more rifling through drawers for that thing you swore was clean.
No more buying something in a store just to get it home and realize you’ve got nothing to match it, because—get this—you can use the app to snap a pic while you’re shopping, and the app will show you everything you own that it matches.
ThreadRobe won’t start shipping to customers until mid-2018, but you can see how it works and get on their pre-order list now at www.threadrobe.com.
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