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Doing laundry takes so much time each week. The worst part of all is that it is the type of task that never really seems to be over.

By the time you get a few loads washed, dried and folded, it is already time to handle the next set of clothes. It’s never-ending, so we’re always looking for ways to make it easier and more efficient.

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As if washing and drying the clothes weren’t time-consuming enough, the real hard part is folding them. Finding the motivation to sit down and fold all of the clean clothes is tough. It’s an important part of the process, though.

If you do not take the time to sit down and fold, all of your clothes are going to start to have wrinkles on them, and it’s hard to find them when they’re all in a pile instead of properly put away. That is the last thing that anyone should want. By taking the time to fold garments in the proper manner, you are also providing yourself with another handy benefit that we should all be aiming for….far more drawer space!

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As long as you know what you are doing, the process can be over relatively quickly Thankfully, the good folks at Go Experimental are here to show you how your T-shirts can be folded in a span of just two seconds.

To get started, lay the shirt down in a direction that is perpendicular to you on a surface that is hard and flat. The front should be facing up, with the neckline pointing off to the right.

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From there, there are three different points of the shirt that need to be identified. There is the midpoint of the shoulder (which serves a point B), the middle of T-shirt’s side seam (this will be point A), and the shirt’s bottom (point C).

The three points should form a straight line that goes right down the middle of the shirt.

Photo: YouTube/Go Experimental

From there, you can grab the points and do a quick maneuver to fold the shirt.

Check it out in the video below:

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