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The NHL is making it easier to fold your clothes rack.
The NHL has introduced foldable garment steams.
They’re actually made out of foam and have a foam layer underneath, allowing for easy storage and use.
It also includes two pockets for your phone.
The new folding system was unveiled in a video released by the NHL on Tuesday.
Here’s how to fold it.
The folding system can fold up to 25 items in a single rack, according to the league.
It’s the same system the NHL uses in stores and online.
It’s a welcome change for players who fold their clothing every day, said former NHL player and now owner of Pinnacle Entertainment, Scott Grieser.
But folding is a complicated process, and not everyone is comfortable with it.
“It’s not the way you should fold your clothing,” Griesar said.
“You’ve got to get the foam layer out of the way.
You have to use a hand towel to protect your hand from the foam.
It takes a lot of effort.
You know, you have to be careful when you fold.
The only way you fold is with a foldable towel.”
Grieser said he found the new folding process uncomfortable.
He said players have complained that the new system is too hard to fold because the foam doesn’t cover their entire body, even when folded.
“I think the guys don’t like it, because they know how much it takes to fold a piece of foam, and they know that if you fold the foam over their head, it’s going to get stuck in their eyes and that’s not a good look,” Gieser said.
“They’re not getting the foam out of their eyes because they’re getting it stuck in the foam.”
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