And for a second I thought it was a lost battle….
I like when shirts are ironed and then folded. Not hung. I find it looks neater in the closet.
That is, until I walk into my boys room and find all the shirts jumbled up and restuffed into the shelf in an attempt to “put them back neatly.”
Why does this happen? I asked myself. Then I asked my son as well.
Turns out, he was in a rush, and the shirt he pulled out was a cufflink shirt. And so was the next one as well.
Time to iron on some dots.
These aren’t your everyday labels! These groundbreaking labels are made of a special material that’s laundry-safe and won’t wash off or wear out. It’s easy to use our Clothing Dots. To affix securely, just iron them into place (make sure to top with a piece of parchment paper); each label takes 15-20 seconds (or less) to affix.
From now on, we know that the two shirts which have the dot are cufflink shirts. It’s that easy.
In the summer, I can use the same method to differentiate between the short sleeve and long sleeve shirts.
If you have boys close in age, you can use this method to differentiate between sizes.
Whatever you do, I recommend using the iron-on dots versus the sticky dots for this particular use, because, even though you are affixing the dot to a label, the label is made out of fabric. On fabric (and not the polyester care tag), an ironed-on dot will last.
This is the perfect month to tweak that closet organization!