Now that you’ve reorganized the linen closet and cleaned out the refrigerator, it’s time to look in the pantry. If you’re afraid to even open the door, it’s definitely time for some spring cleaning in there. Take inventory to see what canned goods are hiding at the back of your shelves, and find a way to use them up before the labels fade. Here are some simple ideas for how to use canned goods up quickly.
Dreading the expenses and time commitment of the spring cleaning ritual? This season save your time, money, and energy with these cleaning tricks.
Is it time for you to regain order in your home? The Professional Organizers in Canada (POC) has compiled this clutter quiz. It’s not a pass/fail quiz, but it should get you thinking.
Stains can happen suddenly at any time when you’re out getting a bite to eat. You can prevent them from setting in with these easy tips.
You’ve lost your emotional attachment, can’t see the value anymore, and feel anxious when you even think about it. Time to break up…with your clutter.
Want to de-clutter but you just don’t know where to start? Professional organizers Linda Chu of Vancouver and Jane Woolsey of Toronto offer tips for three common problem areas – your drawers, the kitchen and, of course, the bedroom closets.
5 tips to a cleaner carpet
Long-term dirt and grime can take days to clean up, whereas just a few minutes’ cleaning every day will save you an enormous amount of time, not to mention elbow grease, in the long run.
Choosing surfaces that are shock-resistant, easy to maintain and that can withstand heat and moisture is an investment in time saved on cleaning.