If you’re like me, your drawers are always a mess. They start off, all neat and organized, but it doesn’t take long that the clothes inside become disorganized and that I can’t find anything. Well, Melissa Maker from Clean My Space, has found a way to solve this problem.
The cleanest place on the internet
Clean My Space YouTube videos are quite famous for their cleaning tips, and they have earned the cleaning company the slogan “the cleanest place on the internet”. Melissa Maker and her husband Chad Reynolds have over 350 videos with tons of tips and tricks to help you keep your house clean and neat.
If you remember my post Declutter Your Home By Digitizing Your Most Valuable Items (VIDEO), I talked about another video from Clean My Space on how digitizing your documents, pictures, movies, etc. could help free space in your home.
Folding tips to help you organize your drawers
This video below is about reorganizing your clothes to be just like you see in the stores. As Melissa points out, keeping your drawers “store-ready” isn’t as hard as you would think. You simply need the right techniques. You’ll see, your drawers would have never looked so neat!
In the video, Melissa shows you how to fold your tops, underwear, as well as bras to maximize space usage quickly and easily. Your t-shirts will be neatly lined-up, and you’ll actually see better what you own. Hey, maybe you’ll even discover some pieces of clothing that you forgot!
The methods shown is this video are so simple; you’ll never have messed up drawers again. Plus, they don’t take a lot of your time. Check out the video below:
More folding tips
The folding tips video was so popular that Melissa and Chad decided to make a second video, but this time about pants/jeans, stockings, boxer shorts and finally sweaters. They even talk about the famous ranger roll. So if you want to learn how to do these folding tricks, watch the video below:
Over to you
What do you think of these folding tips? Do your drawers look like mine or did you discover a way to keep them organized? Do you have some folding tips of your own that you’d like to share with us? Please, tell us what your thoughts are in the comment box below!