Summer is usually one of the busiest times in the house, especially if you have children.
Among visits to a professional cleaner, you may want to consider some of these tips for the summer organization.
1. Add a row of hooks to the wall of your garage or garage. Place everyone’s name on top of one of them. They are perfect places for everything from wet swimsuits to shoes and school bags. Under each hook, add a small plastic bag with handles. These can contain from flip flops to tanning lotion. Reduce the amount of disorder entering the house.
2. Barbecue grill tools: grill tools are too long to fit in more conventional kitchen drawers. Install a perforated sign near the barbecue and hang the grill tools before and after.
3. Water toy storage: do you have a pool? Store your water toys in a rubber container with holes drilled in the bottom to drain the water. Perfect for pool noodles or water toys.
4. Reduce the clutter in rooms. In general, 95% of people do not wear their seasonal clothes during the middle of the year, but they will be surprised at the amount of space they create in the closets of the rooms. Canvas bags are economical solutions for storing your winter and autumn equipment. It makes no sense to have shirts hanging around your closets when we have a heatwave.
5. Make room in the house for unused items: instead of spending an entire day trying to make an inventory of unnecessary items, do it for more than a month. Keep them carefully in a space for the month and build on them when you find objects.
6. Organize a garage sale: instead of throwing items out of the house, make a garage sale on weekends.
7. Out With The Old:, Summer is the perfect time to take inventory of toys and games that children no longer play. Take the opportunity to explain the benefits of giving away what you lost to the Salvation Army or even to a company like Value Village. Create space in the house for new toys and
Reducing clutter and home organization is a sure way to reduce the feeling that a busy season is taking over your home.