How to fold your shirts (and keep your closet organized) – A Guide to a Good Life

How to fold your shirts (and keep your closet organized) – A Guide to a Good Life

37 Replies to “How to fold your shirts (and keep your closet organized) – A Guide to a Good Life”

  1. Video starts at @2:00 and ends on @5:31
    And watch it on playback speed 1.75x so that you don't fall asleep

  2. Such a gentleman I enjoyed this video it made me feel distinguish for some reason I believe we all need a cup of tea after watching this video and sit around the fire and in our comfortable chairs thank you now leave a like a share and a subscribe to this man channel

  3. You should not need a board to fold a shirt. Start off as he does buttoning the shirt, and flip it over. Fold each side of the body to outside edge of the collar. Fold arms in also the the edges of the collar. Then fold the sleeves down the folded body of the shirt on each side. Then fold in thirds, with collar arranged nicely. Easy and fast.

  4. Raoul!
    I just viewed your video on how to fold these type of shirts!
    Thank you so much!
    I am going to get me a cardboard or a nice piece of wood to utilize just lke yours!
    Thanks and I subscribed! Trying to teach my son to do such as he gets older right? 🙂 practice makes perfect!😊💗🙏💗
    Kelso, WA

  5. Great video! I just got lectured by a 20 year old college kid not to tuck the end in, because, "Your not technically supposed to and it really annoys him when I do that." I love it when people tell me how things are, "supposed to" be done that are fairly speculative. I can see how if you were just stuffing the material into the back with lack of care, it could lead to bulging and wrinkles. However, if you are ensuring the the material is flat and even within the pocket, I still believe that his method is better as it leads to less movement in the fabric resulting in a more secure fold.

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