Tips No. 63. Organize your food containers.Are these great containers for wet or dry foods scattered in your cupboards? Further, you have food containers without their lids and those that are cracked or smelly or stained. Now it is absolutely clear that you should throw them away. Honestly, you probably have too many kippers. You need 4 small rectangular containers for individual serving lunches, 2 large containers for salads, and 2 containers for packing snacks. That’s it!You can put the containers into a cupboard or a large drawer, it’s up to you. Then, organize them by size and shape. Begin with the largest containers and place them on the bottom; then, work upwards to the smallest containers.
Tips No. 324. How to organize pet supplies?Whether you have cats, dogs, hamster, or any other pets, these decluttering and purging tips will help you find a spot for pet supplies.a. Gather all of items in one place.b. Throw away damaged and broken items, as well as expired food.c. Donate unopened bags of food that your pet doesn’t like to eat and items that are in good condition.d. Now it’s easy to organize the items that have left. There are a lot of storage and organization solutions and you can choose according to your personal preferences.
Tips No. 340. A great way to organize your cleaning supplies – under sink space.Space under the sink is usually hard to get to and, therefore, it becomes forgotten over time. Space under the sink offers a lot of possibilities to store your laundry supplies.a. Corral your detergents by using a metal caddy or a bucket and conceal it under your sink.b. You can organize spray bottles by installing a tension rod under your sink.c. Then, try to store garbage bags.d. One of the most useful organizing solutions is a clear bin. Use a few clear bins to keep your detergents neatly organized. Go one step further and label your bins. Make cleanup a breeze!!