Remember that the bathroom and bedrooms and laundry rooms are usually the most dusty because of the lint from linens and clothes, powders, etc. Everything gets dusty in these rooms.
1. Clear it Out
9. Vanity cabinets or storage area
“Am I so poor that I have to use towels full of holes or so thin you can see through them?” Remember towels can be used as rags. Or, if they are in better shape, they can be donated to your Vet or Humane Society to be used when washing dogs.
“Am I so poor that I have to wear **unmentionables** which are full of holes or have no elastic left?” Throw them away.
“Am I so poor that I’m still keeping socks that have lost their mates hoping that I will lose the mate to another like pair?” Throw them away. Don’t waste space on leftover socks.
“Do I seriously use ______?” Whatever never-used item you seem to collect. If I don’t use it throw it away, give it away or take to charity.
“Will I ever use that shampoo?” I bought it with a coupon and hated it.
“Do I need to keep those burgundy towels that I used in our old house?” If they don’t match and they make a mess in your wash everytime you wash them throw them away. (I just had to throw away half my unmentionables because some burgundy towels bled dye all over them in the wash and turned them all a dark pink.)
“Did that product work? Then why am I keeping it?”
Be realistic and throw away half used items you won't use. Combine those things you do use but are half used. My dh is particularly bad to use half a bottle of something and then start using the new bottle instead of finishing the old bottle. That is a pet peeve of mine.
-Wipe down the doors on both sides. If they are wooden doors, use Murphy’s Oil soap and water mixture. If painted surface then use damp sponge.
8. Replace accessories