REVEALED: The very simple trick to folding your bedding into ‘space-saving’ sets – and it’s perfect for allergy sufferers
- A mom has shown her trick for folding bedding into space-saving sets
- Chantel Mila, who visits Mama Mila online, made the video for her fans
- She said the secret of her enviable linen closet was a common request
An organized mom has revealed her trick for folding bedding into space-saving sets that can be stored neatly in the closet.
Chantel Mila, who posts under the name Mama Mila online, showed her tip in a recent video after dozens of fans turned to her for help.
“As requested, here’s how to fold linen into space-saving sets,” she wrote.
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An organized mom has revealed her trick for folding bedding into space-saving sets that can be stored neatly in the closet
She always starts by folding the fitted sheet into a nice square
She revealed that she uses the method because she doesn’t have a large enough linen closet.
“It saves so much space, stores vertically, and also protects your pillowcases from dust,” she says.
This, she said, is especially good for allergy sufferers.
“Reorganizing your linen closet is such a perfect lockdown activity and it’s so satisfying once it’s done,” she added.
The trick is to fold an entire set of sheets into one neat bundle, starting with the fitted sheet.
Chantel is seen folding the fitted sheet into a square before setting it aside and working on the pillowcases.
Chantel Mila, who posts online under the name Mama Mila, showed her trick in a recent video after dozens of her fans came to her for help.
She then folds the flat sheet into a large square before placing the other sheet and pillowcases on top.
She continues to fold around the bundle before wrapping the flat sheet to make the linen package.
The busy mom then shows off how neat and organized her linen closet is with each set neatly tucked together.
More than 74,000 people have watched the video.
She then folds the pillowcases – and says the method prevents dust from getting on them
She then takes the flat sheet and makes a big square before putting the rest of the linen on it
“Thanks for sharing, I love your videos. But if I see you fold them on the floor, I’ll shoot through the roof,” said one woman.
“This is the best sheet folding hack I’ve ever seen,” wrote another.
“Why are you so smart?” asked another woman.
Others took a moment to share tips for those who don’t use a sheet at home.
‘This is amazing! For those of us who don’t use a top (flat) sheet, put the folded fitted sheet and pillowcase into the second pillowcase and fold them,” one woman wrote.
Some were happy to see their own method replicated in the post.
Then she shows you how to fold the sheet over the bundle into a neat and tight package
‘I fold exactly like that! I’m so happy to see you,” one woman wrote.
While others said they would use the method in the future.
“Save, save, save,” wrote one.