Monday, March 28, 2011

7 Surefire Ways to Declutter your Bathroom

Does your bathroom seem to gather more then it should? Do you have an over abundance of containers around your tub? Do you dread going under the sink because it is a mystery to find what you are looking for? This happens to the best of us, but do you try and change it? Not for just a few days or weeks, I mean stay on top of things.

Here are 7 surefire ways to declutter your bathroom:
  1. First head to the location of your medications and first Go threw each and every single one and toss any that are expired or empty. Condense if you can, this will save on space and time when you need to declutter your bathroom in the future.
  2. Toss all somewhat used containers of shampoo/conditioner that are “going to be used” as backups. Most people have this incase they run out of the “regular” brands. This is pointless, buy larger bottles then, it will save you money in the long run. Ok if you don’t want to toss these then use them as cleaning agents in the bathroom. Yes this does work it is soap you know. 
  3.  Clean toothbrushes, toothpaste tube, and floss container, etc. Place in proper locations wherever that may be on your sink, in a drawer, a basket, vanity, etc.
  4. Get rid of any hair related products that you don’t intend to be using in the near future. Especially doubles and triples of things you find on sale which tend to help declutter your bathroom. Buying in bulk is good to save money, I understand that. Find a place for it that does not clutter the bathroom or get in the way of things.
  5. A good idea is to have a basket or plastic container to hold your hair dryer, straightener, brushes/combs, products, hair ties, etc. You can put this under the sink where it is safe and out of the way, but yet accessible enough to keep the bathroom from getting cluttered.
  6. Find a shower caddy for either around the showerhead or on the wall in front of the shower. You can buy them at Bed, Bath, & Beyond, Wal-Mart, Target, and Kohl’s. This will be used to store all your shampoo, conditioner, soap, lotion, razors, poofs, etc. This gets rid of all the bottles and accessories around your tub so it makes it possible to declutter your bathroom.
  7.  Go threw all your makeup and toss anything damaged, faded, or 10+ months old.
Most important is to straighten up after each use this will help declutter your bathroom .
Just a few extra minutes out of your day wont kill you. It will be a pain in the beginning but it becomes like second nature as time goes on .Learn more about how to declutter your bathroom from Mimi Tanner, who is one of the leading experts in this field. 

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