STACEY Solomon has shown fans how she has stored all her knickers and bras in old baby wipe tubs – and has a special folding method.
The Loose Women host, 30, demonstrated pulling her lacy underwear out of the recycled box on her Instagram Stories.
The mum-of-three, from Essex, said: “Had a rummage through the junk trunk and filled my old wet wipe boxes with knickers and bras.”
Holding the boxes between her feet so she could show her 3.3million fans how she pulls out her lingerie, she said: “Hang on, I can’t pull them out with one hand.
“This is where my creepy toes come in really handy.”
Completing her storage hack, Stacey said of the Pamper boxes: “I bought some labels as well to stick on them, but this isn’t a sticker it’s the box so I’ll have to spray paint over it I think.”
Stacey added in the caption that she folded the knickers into the boxes using the same method she uses for storing one-year-old Rex’s baby bibs.
On a previous video explaining the bib box, she said: “So you basically fold anything in half and then lay the next one out, fold over the last flap (from the first) then fold the current bib in half.
“Then flip them over and place inside nappy dispenser.
“Pull the whole flap through.”
After popping the lid back on, the TV star showed herself effortlessly pulling clean bibs out of the pack.
At the time, Stacey gushed: “I’m not going to lie I’m obsessed. I might have to do this to my knickers.
“It would work even better if I had loads more in there so I’m going to stack it up next time.”
It’s not the first time Stacey has shared her incredible household hacks with fans, and regularly posts home tips from her Essex pad, where she lives with partner Joe Swash, and sons Rex, Leighton and Zachary.
Meanwhile the mum gave her hanging egg chair a summery makeover using fake flowers & ivy and it couldn’t be easier to copy.
And she pre-peels potatoes for the week on Sunday and shares handy hack to stop them going brown.
Plus Stacey Solomon revealed she uses a coat hanger to make her bed and it’s the secret to getting a pristine duvet.
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