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Bathroom Organization Made Easy

June 27, 2014

Bathrooms are notorious for their lack of space and potentially unsanitary conditions. This maid service in Evanston knows the best as we clean more than 10,000 bathrooms every year. These are the main reasons why the bathroom is one of the most important spaces for a maid to clean. There are many places where mold and mildew will grow, and if your toiletries and other items are improperly stored, they can end up causing many problems and create mildew-friendly conditions. Thankfully, there are many ways that you can repurpose everyday items for use in organizing your bathroom.

– Use a plastic dividing silverware tray in order to store your toothbrushes and related supplies.

Simply place the tray in a drawer of your vanity (the top drawer usually works best) and they will be out of the way and easy to access. On top of that, this method is the most sanitary, since when your toilet flushes with the lid open, tiny particles, including germs and bacteria, fly up into the air. If your toothbrushes are left out on the counter, they can settle on them. That doesn’t sound very pleasant, does it? The small bins built into the silverware tray – the ones in which you would usually place your forks, spoons and knives – are just the right size to hold a toothbrush or a tube of toothpaste each.

– Hang an over-the-door shoe organizer bag.

Use this space to hold bottles of shampoo, body wash, conditioner, bath bubbles, bars of soap, and just about anything else that will fit. Usually these items are stored on the sides of your bathtub or shower, but if left in place, water can pool around them, causing mildew and mold. If you keep them up and out of the way – and only grab the items that you need and put them back in place after you are done with them, this will not happen. In order to keep the plastic compartments from mildewing and molding, punch a few holes in the bottom of each for drainage. Just don’t make them too large, or they will buckle under the weight of your shampoo!

– Place plastic desk drawer organizers in a vanity drawer.

If you have a lot of little things in your bathroom, such as hairbrushes, hair clips, makeup, moisturizers, sample sized toiletries and similar items, they can end up all over the place in a drawer, making it hard to find what you need. However, a few plastic desk drawer organizers can be placed in a vanity drawer, and provide a useful means for organizing all of those little items. You’ll never have to spend half an hour hunting for your hair clips again!

As you can see, there are many creative ways in which to organize your bathroom supplies. These are just a few suggestions for repurposing everyday items that are designed to be used elsewhere. Keeping your bathroom organized, as well getting it cleaned on a regular basis by a maid service, will prevent mildew and mold from growing in it. Also, check out our guide on how to clean hallways and staircases here!

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