To have your house in order you only need creativity, follow these tricks that will help you have your belongings in place without spending time or money
There are times when we would like to make our house easier to maintain, how many of us feel that they could have more organized their closet or place cleaning products in a better place.
To achieve this you must get the necessary tools, and many are already in your home. Follow these hacks to improve and simplify your home life.
Use post-it to clean the keyboard of your computer
Before dust accumulates on your keyboard and eventually gets damaged, each week it passes a post-it between keys to make it clean. Make sure you are using the adhesive side.
Use a roll of toilet paper to reach corners with your vacuum cleaner
If your vacuum cleaner does not have adaptable parts for different surfaces, this idea can help you reach those uncomfortable places in the home.
Use a Kleenex box to store trash bags
To make it last for a long time, we recommend you lining the Kleenex box with contact paper.
Light a candle with a spaghetti
This trick is great, you will avoid burning with tinderboxes if the wick of the candle is too short.
Paint the keys of your house with nail polish to differentiate between each one
You can inspire and decorate your keys as you prefer.
Use toilet rolls to store appliance wires
Having that pile of tangled cables can despair. Take some time to organize and save them by following this idea.
Use a hanging shoe to save your makeup
Hanging shoemakers are great because they help you organize your belongings and keep them handy. This tool is useful for many more ideas.
Use a magnetic stripe in your kitchen to paste mini spice jars there
If you no longer have space in the warehouse, a magnetic stripe can work. We recommend using light jars to prevent them from falling with gravity.
Use a cooler to organize your accessories
If you do not like to see your accessories showered all over your room, with a cooler you solve your problems.
Organize your menu of the week with post-it
Divide a sheet of your agenda into three columns: breakfast, lunch and dinner. Then subdivide by categories of food: pasta, meat, rice, pasta, fruits. Finally, with post-it fill the boxes with your favorite ideas.