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How do you guys store your ties?

Will Moose

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I just kinda fold them up like the come when you buy them in stores and put them in a drawer. What do you guys do? Is any harm going to be caused by the way I store them?
 

pstoller

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As I mentioned previously elsewhere, I hang mine on five-row trouser racks. This gives me maximum storage in minimum space, at minimum cost.
 

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i use two spinning circular brass and wood tie racks, which hang by the closet rod. i've heard that hanging the ties helps release the wrinkles from wear/ knotting.
 

LA Guy

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I used to keep mine in big plastic bags, but the ones at the bottom were getting wrinkled, so I've rolled them up and put them in a drawer until I buy some decent wooden tie racks, or ask a carpenter friend to make some to my design. Like LA Guy, a lot of my non-dress stuff ends up on "The Pile". I've just run out of space. Oh, sure, I could buy some miracle-of-design super-storage units, or rent out some storage space, but the money's better spent elsewhere - like on more clothes... Cheers, Nick.
 

Renwick

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4 large rotating tie racks for the more expensive ones and a bunch of hangers for the others.
 

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I hang mine on a fairly large "tie-matic"esk rotating tie rack (you know, with that little lever that can either make the rack rotate left, right, or remain still) that I bolted into my walk-in closet wall. I am worried, however, as I tried my very best to find a stud to attach it to but I think I may have failed because it seems like the rack is leaning forward just a bit...perhaps it is just an optical illusion. I suppose I will know when, and if, the entire things comes crashing down along with bits and pieces of my wall.
 

Steve B.

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The faster version, 72 slot Sharper Image motorized tie rack. Only thing I've ever bought from Sharper Image that works...

Arranged by colors of course. Occasionally however I will arrange by designer/brand.
 

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The faster version, 72 slot Sharper Image motorized tie rack.
I have the same tie rack from Sharper Image, very handy.
 

Steve B.

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It's funny- I only do that with my clothes. You should see my office....
 

Stone

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I just roll mine, which works well, as far as I've seen.
 

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