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I live in a tiny apartment. What is the best way to store all my clothes in my tiny closet?

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Hi Gigi,
The best way to maximise space in a small closet is to use slimline hangers. These hangers are sold everywhere under different names like huggable hangers, velvet hangers, slimline hangers etc.. The way they save space is because they are so thin, only 1/8" wide. This really makes a huge difference and can save you up to 50% on the closet hang rod. Here is a place you can find them
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