Foldimate recently launched it’s now fully functional AI-driven folding machine. It is supposed to figure out the type of clothing fed into it and accordingly fold it up to the best possible configuration. Folding is a technique that combines geometry, space, and minimum crease.
Hey, it’s an enjoyable occupation, so let the big hotels have their Foldimates. We will shed light on how to fold t-shirts for travel in this guide.
This one is also called The Japanese Quick-Fold. It may appear complicated but in reality, is faster than the basic fold and can be done in 2 seconds with a little practice.
The 2-fold being a Japanese method boasts that typical efficiency that one has come to associate the country with.
The storage of clothes is an area that is to be pondered. Vertical storage works best for drawers so you don’t have to toss everything pell-mell to find that particular T. Flat storage works with a wardrobe.
This fold, since it is tight, will save space. Even, you can fold a women's wrap shirt using this technique. However, it takes longer. Creases and wrinkles will develop. Button-up shirts are tough to roll. Furthermore, if you’re living out of your suitcase, you really don’t have to turn it upside down to find that specific t-shirt. Rolled, they are easily identifiable, and you can place the rest back without spoiling the fold.
This is not a travel tip. You just place it on a plastic, wood, or collapsible hanger in your closet. Do not use wireframe hangers. The fabric will pucker, the dreaded, embarrassing ‘nipple’ shirt which will only disappear with laundering. The shirt will stay wrinkle-free. The sleeves droop and will likely crinkle at that point. To save yourself the bother of bringing the iron out, fold and hang as shown below.
Trousers too have an uncanny knack of slipping out of the hangar and ending up as a heap on the floor. Hang them as depicted instead. Before putting them on a hanger, just make sure that the inner stitches are straightened out so that they face the opposite side exactly.
This is a technique passed down from my grandmother. It works like a charm. Just remember to take the magazine out after you are done.
Folding shirts and t-shirts is a song. People generally steer away from it because of the preconception of it being somewhat tedious. The pros scream to differ. Your wardrobe is more organized, you can easily identify your clothing and since this write-up deals with how to fold t-shirts for travel, you can see for yourself the economy of space is provided. You don’t have to sit on top of the suitcase to get it shut.