How Japanese, Engineers, and Model Fold Laundry Clothes

Extreme Origami
Extreme Origami

Shopping for clothes is fun! Wearing those feels even better! But when it comes to doing the laundry, who wants to sort clothes and fold them after coming out of the dryer? Definitely not me… unfortunately nobody else is going to do it. Luckily there are ways to fold clothes that will save you a lot of time and energy. Find out how…


It is truly amazing how different people have different approach in solving even the simplest problems. Some go about it systematically while others just jump into the urge of taking the immediate action… the rest won’t even bother to recognize it as a problem.


The Japanese

Everybody knows that Japanese are very innovative-minded people. They also love to fold… literally. They even consider folding as an art… Origami! Yes, Origami is the art of folding papers. But have you heard about the art of folding clothes? I don’t know how they thought of it but it sure is awesome! It saves you so much time in folding clothes after they come out of the dryer. Watch and learn…

The Engineer

Engineers are individuals constantly looking for economical and safe solutions to practical problems using technology and mathematics to improve life. Engineers are born thinkers and spends time trying to find out the answers to the question “HOW?”. The end result is a long term solution to the problem. Although in this case, one may argue that may he is just too lazy to fold clothes the traditional way. But I have to agree it’s a neat way to do it.

The Model

Well models are typically hot! And they use physical attractiveness in everything that they do… so it’s pretty much self-explanatory!



There you go folks… whichever method you choose is up to you. Everybody needs to do laundry and fold clothes one way or the other so it will save you great amount of time if you use one of these.


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BkCreative 6 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

I love this! I saw it some time ago and then couldn't find the instructions (so I could use it to impress friends) - ah, but now I have it again and will bookmark it. Thanks a lot!


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Poni 6 years ago from Florida, where else!

Too cool! Very Informative, thanks a mill!

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