Trust us, this will make your chore list so much easier to tackle.
This rolling cart means you can pull your products with you from room to room — instead of having to take multiple trips to corral all your essentials. Even better: You can stash it out of sight when you're done.
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Sure, this organizer was designed for shoes, but it's just as savvy when used for spray bottles and hand brushes. It'll also free up some shelves in an already-cramped linen closet.
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When in doubt, add a few shelves. Then label tubs by room (bathroom, kitchen, you get the picture) so you don't have to sort through multiple containers to find the cleaner you need.
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The handles on spray bottles will sit on top of a rod without falling over. Plus, this savvy idea basically doubles the number of cleaners you can fit under your sink.
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A portable caddy makes it a breeze to move from one room to another as you conquer your weekend cleaning checklist.
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A Lazy Susan makes it easier to find items that you keep under the sink. It's especially handy for less-frequently-used cleaners that end up hidden behind the pipes.
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Even if all the space you have is a few inches next to your washer or dryer, itty bitty baskets can hold all your go-to essentials.
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Why wouldn't you put everything you need to clean your bathroom in your bathroom? Maybe because you don't have space — until you add some savvy baskets on the back of your cabinet door, that is.
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This chevron backdrop almost makes cleaning tools look stylish. Bonus: This method means you can say goodbye to brooms tumbling over as soon as you open your closet door.
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If you're lucky enough to have a closet you can designate to all your cleaners, do it. Then make sure you stock up on extras so you always have a back up for spills and stains.
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