The Assistance Device for Folding Articles of Fabric is an apparatus to assist in the folding of large sheets and blankets using only one person.
Inventor Roseann Brooke of Staten Island, NY has created an apparatus to assist in the folding of large sheets and blankets using only one person.
One common task on laundry day is the folding of bed sheets, blankets, comforters, and other similar linens. Should two people be available, the folding process proceeds very quickly, resulting in folded linens that are neat, orderly, and occupy a minimum amount of space. However, it is common for people to do laundry on their own. Linen products often end up with a haphazard appearance that not only is unpleasing to look at, but can occupy a large amount of wasted space in closets or drawers. Others may resort to laying large items on floors to help fold them, but such action results in dust, dirt, pet hair, and other contaminants getting on the items. Inventor Brooke has created a means by which large linen items can be easily and neatly folded by only one person.
This clever new invention only requires one person for use. It has an adjustable U-shaped frame. Two magnetic pinch style hooks connect to the frame by magnets. It is ideal for those who live alone. It is for all sizes of linens. The use of the Assistance Device for Folding Articles of Fabricallows for the folding of large linen articles in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.