Life hack: How to fold a fitted sheet 38



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For as long as they’ve been around, they’ve been a point of contention and frustration for many. How do you fold something that refuses to stay flat?

We’ve tried plenty of tricks over the years, and this is by far the most effective to date. Do you fold your fitted sheets this way, or do you have an even better way?

  1. Hold your sheet lengthways.
  2. Slip one top corner over the other.
  3. Run your hand down to one of the lower corners. Pull it up tuck underneath the first two corners.
  4. Run your hand down to the final corner. Tuck it under the other three. You should now be holding all four corners together.
  5. Shake the sheets out and smooth the sheet onto a flat surface
  6. Keeping your corners together, fold your sheet into thirds or quarters – whichever arrangement works best for you.

Have you tried this trick? Do you have a different way of doing it? Or are you more of a “shove it all in the cupboard” type of sheet stacker? Share your tips in the comments below!

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  1. Nope. I fold the edges in and roll ’em up and hide them in the back. Or I do what Patricia does. In love the smell of sunshine in my sheets.

  2. Just read your comments Sonia,Judy,Judith,Great minds think alike it gave me a good laugh time is spent on better things ha ha ha

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