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Keeping the house clean is a never-ending job, and the kitchen is easily one of the toughest spots. Most of us make several messes in the room throughout the day. That’s why we’re targeting the kitchen first in our series on spring cleaning.
The first tools you should reach for are a pen and paper. Proper planning is one of the keys to success, and that’s no different here. Use the following tips to structure your to-do list for the kitchen. Customize it to fit your needs, and check items off as you complete them. It will help keep you focused and efficient. The visual aid of checking off items can help you stay motivated, too.
As you move from area to area, consider how things are organized. Group like items together so you don’t have to hunt for that herb or spice next time you try a new recipe. If all your plates are stacked together, you’ll maximize cabinet space and make putting away clean dishes more efficient. Keep all your cleaning supplies under the sink (and under lock and key if little ones are running about). Once you know where everything is, you’ll be zipping around the kitchen like the star of your own cooking show! You could do it blindfolded! (Actually, don’t try this.)
As you’re cleaning, you might come across some items that you want to keep, but you lack adequate space. Let us help. At Storage World, you’ll find state-of-the-art security, a wide range of self-storage unit sizes, easy access seven days a week and a professional, knowledgeable staff ready to assist you. We know that people need self-storage solutions for a variety of reasons. Our goal is to provide some stability through stellar service designed to satisfy your storage needs whether temporary or long-term. Call or visit a Storage World location near you so we can answer your questions!