Tips No. 114. A magnetic strip – organize small metal grooming items.Nail clippers, tweezers, bobby pins, hairpins and other small metal items are scattered everywhere in your bathroom. Tired of searching for your small metal grooming aids?Install a magnet to hold all these super useful metal items! You can add a magnetic strip to the inside of a medicine cabinet or other storage area. It’s up to you!a. You can buy a magnetic tape at any home improvement store.b. Then, you should cut a magnetic strip in order to fit your medicine cabinet; peel away the cover on the tape side.c. Arrange your small metal items. You can do it yourself!
Tips No. 337. Get your cleaning supplies neatly organized.Whatever you use liquid or powder detergent or you like to use homemade detergent, they can make clutter in your laundry room. Here are a few ideas to keep your cleaning supplies neat and tidy.a. Your goal is to eliminate as much junk as possible, right? Check your cleaning supplies. Get rid of expired items and almost empty bags and bottles.b. Realistically, how many laundry products do you need? Consider buying a detergent that works for all fabrics. Baking soda and vinegar are excellent homemade solutions for softening and protecting your clothes.c. Use glass jars to keep track of your cleaning supplies. Remember – keep your detergents in a cool and dry place.
Tips No. 354. Declutter your garage – tackle this task over the weekend.If your garage is a messy place filled with unnecessary items, it’s time to take back this valuable space.The garage is usually jammed with tools, equipment, automotive gear, seasonal supplies, etc. Unfortunately, the garage is holding area for the clutter from the house, too. However, you have to solve this clutter problem sooner or later.You can apply some of these ideas and find what suits your usage level.One of the best methods to declutter garage is to divide this space into zones. For example, automotive, tools, gardening, and storage. If you find some items that don’t fit into one of these designated “zones”, consider donating or tossing them. It's just that simple!