THIS Is Where Professional Organizers Put Cleaning Supplies


Where do you put your cleaning supplies? 

Unless you’re not Monica Geller from “F.R.I.E.N.D.S.,” there’s a high chance that cleaning the house isn’t among your top 10 favorite activities. You probably have tons of other options for ways to spend your free time other than dusting and vacuuming your whole house.

Unfortunately, disorganized or jumbled cleaning supplies are a bad place to start, making cleaning a more unpleasant and, of course, ineffective task.

When you don’t have everything that you need to make your space sparkle, you’re more likely to procrastinate and get angry that you have to remember where you stored everything or, even worse, go to the store to purchase new products.

According to different studies, people waste an average of over 3,000 hours (or 125 days) of their lives looking for lost possessions. Can you believe that? It’s crazy.

It’s easy to become irritated if you have to spend time searching for essentials like huge rubbish bags, clean sponges, or your lost brush and dustpan. But enough with that! Nobody has time to look for lost things in the house!

You can save yourself time and stress by keeping your cleaning supplies in 1 place. This will help you avoid the annoying nightmare scenario. Are you ready to become more organized? We are, so let’s begin!

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Question 1:

…Is there a simple method to sort cleaning supplies in a storage space like a closet or under the sink?

If you want to save some time and space, you have to become friends with caddies and bins. Take a compact container or caddy and stock it with the necessary tools. Next time you need a product, you’ll find it in less than 10 seconds, and you’ll get straight to cleaning your home.

Put all the sponges and wipes you use in 1 container and store the rest of your cleaning tools in another. Make it simpler to find what you’re searching for by placing tiny labels on the front of each container. It seems like a lot of effort now, but it will drastically cut down on wasted time in the future.

When your day is packed with duties, a caddy will be your best friend. You can save time by taking the pre-assembled caddy from room to room with you while you clean.

Question 2:

…I was wondering whether it would be possible to put a tension rod under my sink. 

That’s a good question, and the answer is yes. You can easily hang often-used items like towels, rags, spray bottles, and brushes from a tension rod installed in a tight place beneath the sink. Simply slip the handle of your bottle or brush onto the tension rod.

A child lock on the cabinet door leading to beneath the sink is a must if you have young kids or pets in the house. You know what experts say: better safe than sorry!

Question 3:

…So, where exactly should I put all my cleaning supplies?

You surely don’t want to waste a lot of time traveling from 1 room to another just to grab a cleaning product you forgot. Avoid this nightmare by keeping your products in the place where you use them most. For example, keeping the bathroom cleaner where you use it most frequently might help you remain organized and even cut down on the time you’d spend searching the house for it.

When you decide to clean the whole house or apartment, store your frequently used items in the areas where you use them. Or put them in a bin and take them with you everywhere you go.

Cleaning materials are best kept in a hallway closet, garage, or beneath the sink, as recommended by experts. The laundry room is another great option, and if you don’t have 1 in your home, you can put all your cleaning supplies in a closet in the hallway.

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Question 4:

…Is there a convenient location to store my cleaning supplies?

You can install a row of hooks along the inside of a cabinet door to store cleaning supplies such as rags, wipes, and gloves. Hanging these items makes them much more accessible than when they are buried in the back of a drawer or on the floor of a cupboard.

Besides that, if they’re wet from all the cleaning you did, they will dry way faster when they’re not clumped together. This is also good if you want to keep your items for longer, because they won’t develop any sort of bad smell or texture.

Question 5:

…I have a limited amount of room; what are some effective strategies for maximizing storage?

If you want to store some cleaning materials in your laundry room or in storage space, you might not have enough room to fit all your products.

But you can make the most of a space you once considered useless with the aid of custom-made shelving and storage baskets. Storage space that’s just big enough to hold a couple of spray bottles of disinfectant and a box of dryer sheets is a better option.

Question 6:

…Is a lazy Susan suitable for storing my cleaning supplies?

One of the most common places to spot a lazy Susan is in a kitchen pantry because of how useful it is for maximizing storage space and minimizing the need to go on your hands and knees to get items.

If you need anything and it’s not where you left it, just turn the tray around. Perfect for use in linen closets and other tight storage areas. This way, your cleaning supplies will always be organized, and you won’t have a hard time reaching for them.

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Question 7:

…Where should I keep my brooms and mops?

Brooms, mops, and vacuums are also cleaning supplies, and they need to be properly stored in order to not gather dust and bacteria. Store those items vertically to avoid them becoming a tripping hazard or a breeding ground for dust mites and other types of germs.

Use hooks to store these tools instead of leaning them against a wall. Installing a pull-out organizer in your laundry room or linen closet is an ideal solution for stowing away items that have a long handle.

Question 8:

…Where can I store extra items?

Roll-outs are a great way to save space and keep your extra cleaning supplies close by. They glide in and out, making use of the full depth of a cabinet, so there’s no need to strain your neck to see what’s hidden behind the rows of bottles, cartons, and containers.

No more groping or guessing what’s on the back of your shelf. After you’ve finished looking for the laundry detergent or stain remover, simply roll the drawer back in.


…Do you think it’s important to organize your cleaning supplies? It will help you finish things faster the next time you tackle your cleaning projects and you won’t waste time looking for your products. 

Where do you keep your cleaning supplies? Do you have a dedicated space just for them? Tell us in the comments down below! If you have any tips or questions for us, feel free to write them down in the comments!

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