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. 69. Take organization to the next level.Consider labeling the containers in your refrigerator. Take the organization of your refrigerator to a new level. Put removable labels on many of the containers. It sounds crazy, but it will make your life easier. You will be able to see the entire content of your fridge at a glance.
Tips No. 269. How to maintain a decluttered living room?Your clutter defines a part of you as a person. For example, if you love collectibles or books, these things reflect your passion. However, you should be organized. How to maintain decluttered living room?a. Try to spend ten minutes each evening clearing out everything that doesn’t belong in your living room.b. Then, each time you plan to buy something new for your living room, search through your drawers and cabinets so you do not buy duplicates.c. It is important to sort through your cabinets and drawers at the start of each season.CHILDREN’S ROOM”Cut clutter game”It’s time to let go of past and make space for new memories. Before you start decluttering kids’ room, sit down and try to explain the organization process to them. Stick to simplicity. Decluttering and organizing are best shown by example. Let’s play the “Cut clutter game”!