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Tips No. 56. Organize your bulk items and dried goods.Bean bags, flour, rice, oats, sugar, cereals, lentils, and the other dried goods need their special place. It is true they take up a lot of space, but if they are well organized, you will not have that issue. Dried goods can create a lot of dirt, too. These foods make a lot of crumbs all over the kitchen cabinets. Especially open bags!a. First of all, get a supply of glass jars.b. Next, check expiration dates and toss expired dried goods.c. Sort your food into groups. For example, bring all types of sugar together: powdered sugar, brown sugar, caster sugar, granulated sugar, etc. Put each type of sugar into a separate jar. Add labels for easier orientation. Done!d. Afterwards, you should follow this rule – put every jar back into its proper spot after the usage. That’s it!
Tips No. 61. Clean your stovetop with leftover vegetable oil.It’s time to declutter your oils. If you have leftover cooking oils, oils for salad dressings or for other purposes, don’t throw them away. You can use it in a way that you couldn’t imagine. You can clean your stovetop without harsh chemicals. Yes, you can!The grease buildup on the stovetop can be eliminated with leftover vegetable oil. So drop a few dribbles of leftover oil on the grease stain. Then, rub at it with kitchen paper towel. Done!
Tips No. 258. Keep your magazines neatly organized (Part II).There are a lot of extraordinary ways to sort your magazines.a. A stylish crate on wheels is a great way to organize your magazines.b. Consider hanging decorative buckets and bins and find a perfect home for your favorite magazine collections.c. You can opt for an over-the-door magazine storage pockets.You can use these ideas to organize all your ripped out magazine pages, too. Good luck!