You Need To Know These 10 Cleaver DIY Organizing Hacks That Will Organize Your Life Completely

Don’t you get a shock of your life every time you open your wardrobe? If there is one most disorganized area in the house, it has to be the wardrobe. At times, storing clothes can be a bit of a problem, especially if you are running out of storage space. We shall cover some simple DIY organizing hacks that will get all you stuff in order at a blink of an eye.

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Organizing Hacks #1 – Control Your Scarves And Ties With Shower Curtain Ring

 

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Organize Your Scarfs With Shower Curtain Rings

 
Yes, I know the trouble trying to juggle the one scarf from the heap of scarves. You no longer have to hustle to pull out the one you need. Just take a hanger and a few shower curtain rings. Place the rings on your hanger and then hang the scarves one or two (if you can manage) in each ring. You can even hang ties in these rings. Thus, organizing the His and Her wardrobe essentials in minimum space neatly.

Hack #2 – No More Slip Hangers

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Rubber Bands Will Prevent Your Clothes from Slipping Off Hangers

Aaarrggghhhh…. Keeping clothes on your hangars is one tough task. I don’t know why all my clothes keep falling off the hangars. And in a wardrobe filled to the brim, you can lose your clothes in the heap of disorganized mess. Well, you can prevent this regular slip off with the help of some rubber bands. Yes, all you need to do is attach rubber bands at the end of the hangers. This way they provide the much-needed friction to avoid the slip off. Amazing, huh!

Hack #3 – Overcome the Sheldon Bombs

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Fold Clothes Over a Hanger To Prevent Hanger Bumps

You know those irritating hanger bumps called as Sheldon Bombs appear on your soft clothes when you hang them on a hanger. Well, you can now get rid of them by hanging your clothes a bit differently. You need to fold your clothes in half. Then drape the cloth over the bottom of the hanger.