It's much easier than putting down contact paper (do you remember doing that years ago?) and it doesn't slip and slide around. Walmart has several different colors to choose from and it's pretty inexpensive. Once you have thrown away/recycled the trash and figured out what to do with the things you no longer need it's time to put your things back into the cabinet. Small buckets work really well for this. I keep little buckets under my bathroom sinks. One bucket has cleaning supplies, another bucket has toiletries. Make sure you stock some toilet paper in the cabinet. Nothing says I love you like plenty of toilet paper!
Friday, February 1, 2013
Clean Before Spring #3
Today we are going to clean out the cabinets in the master (or main) bathroom. You might have a medicine cabinet on the wall, or cabinets under your sink, or maybe you have both. We're going to take everything out of the cabinets and throw away any junk, expired medicines, or empty bottles. (Find out the proper instructions for disposing of your expired meds.) If you've been holding on to a little bottle of hotel shampoo for two years, it's time to throw it out. After you empty the cabinet use a damp cloth to wipe it out really well. While you are at it perhaps you want to put some shelf liner in place. I use the rubbery kind.