Thursday, April 11, 2013

MiracleFold Clothes Laundry Folder Review and Giveaway

I received MiracleFold for free to facilitate this review and the opportunity to also give one away.

I know how to fold clothes, but I find folding clean laundry sort of boring. My kids don't really like doing it and usually end up stuffing their clothes drawers full of wadded up clothing. Then the clothes are wrinkled and don't fit in the drawer well. The drawer ends up staying open because of the mess and the clean clothes that should have been folded to begin with end up all over the floor and stuffed in places they should be. Then those same clean clothes end up in the laundry again to get rewashed. This wastes so much time and energy, let alone resources in the end.

Enter the MiracleFold into our lives and clothing gets folded, clothing drawers are more organized, and my kids are happier because they have something that not only entertains them, but gets the job done. The MiracleFold is also great because it is so easy for littler kids to also join in the folding fun. It folds shirts, pants, and towels really well. My kids were even trying to figure out how to use the MiracleFold for other clothing, garments and linens. This time saving gadget is especially great if you have kids who think folding laundry is boring or not worth their time. It also makes the clothing/linens uniform and more organized in the drawer or cabinet. I have heard that it might not work as well on baby clothes or clothing that is in the extra larger sizes or above. Since I really don't have those sizes in my family this product works really well for us.

The plastic the MiracleFold is made of is fairly robust. I can see that if it is used nonstop that eventually it might break along the plastic hinges where the panels can be folded in. It comes in two great colors: Sky Blue and Orange. They are also going to implement more colors down the line. We picked the Sky Blue because it goes with our home decor better. I did find that the plastic it is made of does attract static electricity so make sure your clothing has ran through the dryer with a dryer sheet that reduces or eliminates static cling. The back of the MiracleFold also has rubber nonslip grippers so that it doesn't slide around while being used.

The MiracleFold also takes up very little space since it is flat and it can be hung on a hook that attaches to the wall with an adhesive sticker. This makes it easy to find and also great for laundry rooms, linen closets, or by where you iron your clothing. We love how compactly it folds up.

Here are the abbreviated instructions (Read the full instructions for the individual items on the MiracleFold website):
  1. Lay MiracleFold on a flat surface with the rubber nonslip grippers facing down and open up all panels on it so that it is also laying flat.
  2. Lay a shirt, pants, or towel on the MiracleFold. Flatten it out and line it up properly as per full instructions.
  3. Fold the panels in as per full instructions to to achieve perfect folds.

Prize: 1 winner will win a MiracleFold in their choice of color, blue or orange.

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DISCLOSURE/DISCLAIMER: I received product for free to facilitate my review and the opportunity to give another away to my readers. My thoughts are mine and my family's own opinion and have not been altered by anyone else. I did not receive any other compensation for doing this review.


Mary T said...

If anyone ever needed this, it would be us, for all the reasons you stated. I hate washing clothes that have not been worn, but are so wrinkled that they can't be worn. If I were to win, I'd love the ORANGE (my favorite color) MiracleFold.

April Yedinak said...

I would like to win this because my kids are not very good about folding their clothes because they can't get them folded nicely and they get frustrated. I would like it in blue.

april yedinak

debijackson said...

i am horrible at folding clothes and this might help. I would like the blue
rod Jackson

andrea v said...

I would lve this for my son, what a great learning tool. I would also like to use it. I would choose orange

SJeanneM said...

I could really go for having my kids do some folding! I would love the orange color!

Kimberly said...

I would love this to help teach my daughter how to fold. I would choose blue.

justicecw said...

I would love the blue for my son...he needs to learn how to fold. Thanks for the chance,

Amanda B. said...

I would choose blue

Gala said...

I want to win it because it will be easy for my kids to fold clothes (it's their chore), I prefer orange color

lmurley2000 said...

i fold alot of clothes and this would help alot

color choice is blue