Marie Kondo Way of Cloth Organization #infographic

Marie Kondo Way of Cloth Organization #infographic

When your room is a mess, your mum scolds you. Before the debate begins, you should start cleaning up the mess to make your mom happy. Marie Kondo is popular nowadays and she even has a Netflix series called Tidying up. For many throughout the world, she's a source of inspiration; her ways of tidying up are super easy that every teen should learn.

 Shirts and blouses can be folded in such a way that the shirt has to be extended downwards, the face of the shirt should be downwards in front-facing and then fold inwards in thirds. Marie Kondo clearly explained this strategy, so that every adolescent can understand it.

Laying the pants flat is the first move to fold pant and jeans; the front-facing pant should be against you. Then, halfway down the pant fold. The second step is to fold in half, halving the top half to the bottom. The final step is to divide into thirds, in a box, standing upright. She explained us well and that's funny, not too long.

And our parents never tell us how to fold your underpants. Move one for females is to lie flat on your undersides, fold in half and put the bottom half behind the top half. The second step is standing upright in a drawer and folding up in third. Boys will lay flat on their boxers the first move. Then fold half way up the middle. The second step is to fold in thirds, and stand upright in a shell.

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