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Tips No. 30. Dealing with your kids.When your kids arrive home from school, they like to dump their backpacks somewhere in a hallway. Backpacks, jackets, caps, and school supplies can get scattered next to the front door. It will create a lot of clutter, right?To help your kids to build a good habit of putting away their stuff, use this little trick. Place wall hooks at convenient spots by the door for their backpacks. If your kids can’t reach the coat rack, assign wall hooks for their coats, jackets, scarves and so on.
Tips No. 61. Clean your stovetop with leftover vegetable oil.It’s time to declutter your oils. If you have leftover cooking oils, oils for salad dressings or for other purposes, don’t throw them away. You can use it in a way that you couldn’t imagine. You can clean your stovetop without harsh chemicals. Yes, you can!The grease buildup on the stovetop can be eliminated with leftover vegetable oil. So drop a few dribbles of leftover oil on the grease stain. Then, rub at it with kitchen paper towel. Done!
Tips No. 197. How to declutter your scarves?Are your scarves scattered all over your house? Do you waste your time looking for your favorite scarf that matches your red coat? Here’re a few steps you should follow and decluttering your scarves will be a breeze.a. Bring everything together. You will get a messy pile.b. Then, throw out outworn, damaged, and shabby scarves. Get rid of everything you have not worn for the past year. Keep only necessary scarves and purge the rest.c. Lastly, only store what you will use. Many professional organizers advise us to fold our scarves instead of hanging them. However, it depends on your personal preferences and storage solutions.