Tips for Storing Linens


Corral unruly sheet sets with this useful tip. Store each set inside one of its pillowcases and organize the sets by size—twins on one shelf, queens on another and so on. Be sure to keep defining details, like trim, clearly visible. Another idea: organize freshly washed linens into sets. Fold flat sheets in half the long way and then in half along the long fold (repeat fold for wider sheets). Do the same with fitted sheets, laying each on top of a folded flat sheet. Fold the matching pillowcases in half (the long way too), lay them on top of the sheets and roll everything into a neat set. Stack on shelves; each family member can grab the set for his or her bed.

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Tips for Storing Linens

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  • 5 Star Review
  • Date: February 01, 2013
  • Reviewer: Nancy Tripp, 
  • Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • Linen Storage

  • After washing and fold your linens; put all pieces into one of the pillowcases and fold over, place in closet of the room they are to be used in or in storage trunk at end of bed or under bed. I even have some in small vacuum bags and if space is a problem this really helps.
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  • Date: April 18, 2012
  • Reviewer: Anonymous, 
  • Natchitoches, LA
  • Another Tip for Storing Linens

  • Where possible, store linens in the room where they will be used,
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