This $17 board will make doing laundry so satisfying

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Have you ever walked into a clothing store and wished that your wardrobe could be as neatly organized? Us too. While your organization level really depends on your own space, there is an easy way to have all of your clothes folded and stacked as perfectly as any store: meet the BoxLegend

After watching a viral TikTok of a man turning the “boring and mundane” task of folding shirts into a fun few minutes, we set out on a hunt for a shirt folding board that could turn our messy drawers into folded excellence.

The BoxLegend is a plastic folding board that helps you to fold your clothes in just three moves, leaving you with a perfectly square top. Just lay your shirt flat on the board front-side down, fold the side panels inward, then fold the bottom panel upward towards the top of the shirt and you’re done!

Shop: BOXLEGEND V2 shirt folding board, $16.99

Amazon BoxLegend shirt folding board

Not only does this folder come in a bunch of fun colors, but it also has a lifetime warranty and is a no. 1 best-seller on Amazon with 4.3 stars out of 5! One happy Amazon reviewer called the BoxLegend a game-changer. 

“I gave it a try with a couple shirts I had just washed and next thing you know I simply had to do my entire drawer! Everything folds so pretty, neat and easy. I still couldn’t believe it, so I ended up organizing our bedsheets and towels. I am amazed at how much of a game changer this is. Must try!”

Another user said that they “actually look forward to folding [their] laundry!” Check out the $17 wonder here!

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