Neat Freaks Rejoice: 7 Mezmerizing GIFs that Demonstrate the Best Ways to Fold Your Clothes

Neat Freaks Rejoice: 7 Mezmerizing GIFs that Demonstrate the Best Ways to Fold Your Clothes

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Taryn Williford
Mar 22, 2016
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The first object you'd save in a fire is your label maker. In your fridge, we'd find no fewer than five plastic bins designed exclusively to contain eggs, wine and soda cans. And let me guess: Your favorite character on Friends is Monica Gellar. If that sounds like you, you're likely to love these folding techniques.

A skilled fold can not only save space, it can also save your clothes from premature wear and tear. If a picture is worth a thousand words, these animated GIFs are each worth at least a few million. Watch and easily learn.

Above: A long-sleeve shirt folding technique from the minimalist queen herself, Marie Kondo, in an article on Vogue.

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Another Marie Kondo method from the same Vogue piece, this time for jeans.

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A brilliant button-down strategy from Buzzfeed that uses a common household object: a magazine.

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Yes it's possible to safely hang a soft sweater without stretching it out. The Huffington Post shows us how.

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The most efficient, space-saving way to fold underwear, from a packing hacks post on Cosmopolitan.

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An impressively tidy solution to the sock folding problem, posted to the /r/gifs subreddit on Reddit.

And finally, a blink-and-you'll miss it technique from Handimania for perfectly folding a simple t-shirt in 10 seconds. You might need to practice this one a bunch, but it'll be worth it when you become a laundry master.

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