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How to fold a shirt in under 2 seconds

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by Joe, Aug 24, 2014.

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  1. Joe

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    Awesome
     
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    Joe, have you tried it?
     
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    I did and it worked!
     
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    That's cool... looks like my "rolling" days are over.
     
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    Learned my something new for the day, now I can go take a nap. Lol
     
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    This could be a true game changer for me...I hate packing and folding. Matter of fact I hate laundry all together and always wish I had a maid to just do my laundry for me.

    Thanks for sharing
     
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    Thanks Joe, this will save my wife a lot of time......anything about towels?? bed sheets??......I'm safe, she doesn't read this board....
     
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    This is neat. Thanks for sharing. My method also takes 1.85 seconds. I grab the shirt, (any corner) and simultaneously ball it up and fling it in the luggage.

    Only problem is I have to iron it later....:thumbsup:
     
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    That's cool! It took a few tries but it works well.
     
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    This is way cool. I will be packing my shirts like this tonight.
     
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    Haha, that is pretty cool. Too bad its only good for things like polos though which fold really fast anyway.

    For normal long sleeve button-downs the best and fastest way I've found is to use a packing folder. If you don't have one just use a board but with the packing folder you can fold a dress shirt in seconds, fit several into a small space, and have them come out crisp and almost completely wrinkle-free.
     
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    I have seen this video and tried it but it doesnt work for my short sleeve shirts which are button down usually light material. They crumple up with this method. It only works for t-shirts but it takes some getting used to and didnt save me time because those shirts are easy to fold or roll.
     
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    Our last few trips we have been packing light and taking our laundry to the cleaners mid-trip. I thought about taking it one step further and not even worrying about packing correctly and just taking dirty laundry. Once we arrive, drive straight to the cleaners and have them wash, dry, and fold. My wife nixed that idea though :nono:
     
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    I screwed up.....we usually help each other with the bed-making, towel-folding, shirt / pant folding.....but this video turned it ALL around....I said THIS will save you lots of time and it did as SHE said since it was so easy I could do it and she would move on.....WTF.....didn't even the blind man see THAT coming...?? thanks a lot Joe.....just crack the door a bit and let me destroy the opportunity.......now I have just another task before enjoying retirement.....wearing the shirt(s) 2x-3x is an option however.....
     
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