papers. Keep your house and storage spaces clutter free, and spare yourself the ordeal of searching for the misplaced item.
Digging for treasure
You can also fight the clutter with the ordinary items like shoeboxes and glass jars, so be imaginative. You can a
use spare shower curtain hooks for clothes in the closet or put plastic grocery bags in a tissue box. A paper towel holder and a dish-drying rack can be utilized to store many other items. Here are some more tricks that might come in handy.
bed to save a lot of space. Install a bathroom cabinet for all those health and beauty products spread all over your bathroom. Find out what can a few hooks or hangers do to reduce the mess. While you are at it, keep in mind that a hall or entryway closet could provide a perfect landing pad for hats, jackets, umbrellas and scarves.
What you need to do is to find the proper use for every storage space. A Laundry room can be a good place to stash some toilet tissue, and a small bowl near your washing machine will make sure all items that you find in pockets end up in one place. You can also use the linen closet with shelf dividers for house linen and extra toiletries.
A basement should be a holding place for appliances, and space for other activities like hobbies or exercise. Store
all your valuables on shelves or any place that is above the flood level. A heavy rain can turn your basement into a mud basin. Clear out the space around equipment and machinery, and put the frequently used items near the entrance. Retrieving something from your basement shouldn’t turn into a rescue mission.
put in bags or stylish plastic crates. Label everything you store in boxes, it will save you both time and nerves. Be cautious when storing items that could attract pests, keep them in containers.
A flammable clutter can also be very dangerous if not properly stashed. If not the fire, than the moisture and mildew will be the end of them. Beware of the hazardous items, as they should be stashed in locked containers. You don’t need a toxic soup in your vicinity.
We don’t use storage spaces every day and it is easy to neglect them. If you can’t enter in your basement, let alone find anything there, it is time for some organizing. It won’t be a cake walk, but you need to roll up your sleeves. Keep it tidy and reduce the amount of unwanted critter. Don’t waste your storage space with useless items, or
those that are not in a good condition. Unless you are a doomsday prepper, you don’t need all those cans and paper supplies.