Cleaning Hacks on How to Organize Your Closet and Cleaning Supplies
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Rachel Teodoro
Wednesday, January 24, 2018

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When you're cleaning and organizing your home, usually you just jump right into cleaning whatever needs to be cleaned, right? But have you ever thought about organizing your cleaning supplies? If you're like Rachel Teodoro, you probably have a messy closet where you store your vacuum, air fresheners, cleaning cloths, sanitizers and bleaches, and everything else to make your home sparkling. This area can get messy over time so Rachel is here today to show you how to clean and organize the area that needs it the most!

Step 1

Rachel's first suggestion is to remove everything from your closet. This will help you decide what you need to keep and what you can toss away! Bye bye clutter!

Step 2

Next, Rachel cleaned her closet with the AutoRight SteamMachine. Although this chemical free steamer is meant to be used in cars, it can also be used indoors to help disinfect your kitchens, bathrooms, floors, and (in this case) closets!

Step 3

Once your closet is relatively clean, make sure that you have the proper organizing materials. Rachel used the SteamMachine Storage Organizer, which is perfect for housing all of your SteamMachine accessories. In addition, you can find a lot of pretty and useful storage bins at your local store!

Step 4

Important step: keep only what you need! It's easy to think "I might need this in the future...", but you should only keep what's necessary. 

Step 5

Finally, make sure that your organization tactics make sense to you so that you aren't scratching your head a couple of days later wondering where you put the broom! If you've followed all of these steps, you'll have a freshly cleaned and organized closet. Now that that's done, you can move onto other areas of your home! For the full cleaning tutorial, head to Rachel Teodoro's blog. 

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