10 top tips for your shed clean out
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In this blog, we’ll provide you with 10 top tips to help you efficiently clean and organise your shed, with a special focus on utilising the Autumn Fair stage product supplier, Regina Blitz kitchen roll, to keep your space spick and span.
Before diving into the cleaning process, take the time to declutter your shed. AS difficult at this part can be, remove any items that you no longer need or use. This will create more space and make it easier to organise the remaining items. It will be worth it!
Once you’ve decluttered, sort your belongings into categories. Group similar items together, such as gardening tools and outdoor equipment. This will help you create a clear plan for organisation.
Assign specific zones for different categories of items. For example, designate one aera for gardening tools and another for pots. This not only makes it easier to find what you need but also helps maintain order over time.
Utilise shelves, hooks, pegboards, and bins to create efficient storage solutions. Wall-mounted hooks are perfect for hanging tools, while shelves and bins can hold smaller items neatly.
If you can, choose clear containers for smaller items. These allow you to see what’s inside without having to open them.
Label your storage containers, shelves, and hooks to ensure that items are returned to their proper place after use. This simple step can prevent clutter from accumulating over time.
Make shed organisation part of your gardening routine. A little maintenance goes a long way.
Maximise floor space by using wall-mounted storage options. This will keep your shed from feeling cramped and provides more room for larger items like your lawn mower.
Our product supplier Regina Blitz kitchen roll is not just for the kitchen! Its also a versatile tool that can be used as part of your shed organisation. Use it to wipe down surfaces, clean tools, remove spiderwebs and even soak up spills. Its strength and absorbency make it an excellent choice for maintaining a clean and tidy shed.
Lastly, prioritise safety. Make sure you store your hazardous materials such as chemicals and sharp tools are secure and out of reach of your pets and children.
New year, new garden, new trends!
We’re through the garden gate into 2023, with a host of gardening trends blooming throughout the country. From house plants reaching dizzying heights of popularity, to the colour of the year ‘Viva Magenta’, read on for our full list of trends.
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