4 easy time saving steps to organize your closet


    Your closet is too messed up, but you just can’t waste hours cleaning it! Try these 4 easy time saving steps to organize your closet in minutes!

    A closet is a place where you are most likely to find a mess in your otherwise tidy house. When you think of cleaning up this mess, you have to be prepared to keep aside a minimum of 2 hours to complete the entire process. In this age of technology, spending so much time on one task seems a bit too much, right? That’s why we have come up with 4 easy time saving steps to organize your closet within minutes, not hours!

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    1. Classify dresses/shirts – Quickly pull out all the dresses/shirts and classify them into separate sections of skirts, shirts, dresses, etc. You can even arrange bottoms and tops in a separate section and this will cut down your clean up time in a big way. At the same time, your closet will not be messed up in the future as it will be easier to for you pull out things without disturbing the rest as its all segregated well.

    2. Emit empty hangers – When you open your closet, you might find plenty of unused hangers just hanging around. Either put some clothes on them or dump them in the storage space. Don’t let it clutter your closet.

    3. Dispose things you don’t use – Make sure that you give away or dispose off things which are not in use. Giving away will help you to make your closet more spacious and in turn make some space for new clothes. Make it a habit to sift through your clothes every couple of months and donate old clothes to charities – you are cleaning up your closet for a good cause too!

    4. Rearrange accessories – Rearrange accessories in such a way that the ones that you use more often are kept in an accessible spot. Move the everyday items in the front and seasonal ones behind.

    Last, but not the least, don’t give up! Decide how you are going to tackle that heap of clothes in a systematic manner and you will be happy with the results. Happy organizing!