3 Closet Organizer Tips
- Label, Label, Label - When you can see at a glance the contents of a storage box within your closet organizer, you will save a lot of time not having to dig through all of them! But don't use sticky labels: they are not only messy, but they are hard to update. Instead, make tags by attaching unlined index cards to clothespins. This way, you can mark anything easily -- from plain shoeboxes to fancier bins. When it's time to relabel, just unclip the old card and fasten on a new one.
- Avoid Coat Pile-ups - Piles of coats — whether they be on hangers or on the floor — are the sign of a poor closet organizer system. And when you're running late, you need to be able to find the best coat that works with your wardrobe and the Greenville weather. Talk to your California Closets Greenville designer about your coat closet organizer needs and you'll never be rummaging through coat piles again.
- Smart Cleaning Storage - Many people store mops and brooms by standing them in a corner, but this can cause broom straw to bend and mop heads to mildew. Use a California Closets accessory to hang them with their "business ends" up. The dustpan should also be kept off the floor; hang it from the hole in its handle.
Why Wait? Use Closet Organizers to Conquer Clutter
Ready to get your closet organizers up and running? Call California Closets Greenville today to schedule a free in-home design consultation, or visit our showroom in downtown Greenville to see closet organizers in "real" Greenville homes.