How Not to Lose Any Pair of Sock Ever

Do you want to know how to never lose any pair of sock ever?

Here is a tip to avoid having unpaired socks: Buy many pairs of the same color, of the same brand and of the same size of socks at the beginning of the year.

You don’t have to look for the pair since each sock is the same. They will all wear-out at the same time. If they are worn-out, throw away everything and buy again new pairs.

Fold them uniformly. They will look nicer, last longer and packed easier.

You can pack or keep them like this:

Or you can keep them like this before you put them in your wardrobe. Use the pair of socks nearest you. When you fold the newly washed ones, put them at the end of the line so you use the socks in order. The socks will wear out at the same time because you use all of them at the same number of times.

If you can, buy socks with soil buster soles. They are easier to wash. There is no need to soak too. It is best to wash socks by themselves. Do not add with other clothing especially shirts and jackets even if they are of similar color. All our towels are white so I wash the socks with the towels. So far so good.

That’s it! I hope that you will never lose any pair of socks ever again.

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Published by Zhen

I am Zhen. I am a Christian, a mother of 3 wonderful boys and an educator. My family and I live in Melbourne, Australia. I am passionate about faith, motherhood, family, friendship and education. I am happy to share my thoughts, ideas and opinions to others. I enjoy writing, reading, listening to music and photography. I like watching dramas, ocean waves, sunrise and sunset. I can be a friend, a confidante and an adviser if you need one.

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