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    I love the idea of packing everything away and then bringing what you need back into the house. I have a house of seven and this seems great.

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    This seems managable! Thank you so much! I think I can do this.

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    i wanna tackle my kitchen tomorrow. It's not too cluttered, but needs a good freshening up....

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    love the idea of packing everything up and then taking out as you need them....
    but where to store the boxes??

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    Great ideas! I think packing in boxes is too much work for me though.

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    Great idea packing everything away after a month getting rid of stuff you have not used. Gonna try this!

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    Reduce drawer clutter by using a silverware organizer, plastic containers, or small boxes so everything has it's own spot.

    I decided to clean out under my kitchen sink. That took 5 minutes! Then I noticed some crud where my wood floors meet the cabinets. As I'm scraping that up I get a good look under the fridge, which gets me thinking about the stove. 4 hours later...

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    Thanks for the tip on scrubbing grease off with baking soda and a wet cloth. I am always trying to avoid harsh chemicals. For decluttering I have been following "the flaylady" plan. Her website is free and a perfect compliment to this one.

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    I just saw this on Houzz.com and thought of this article. Paint a peg board and hang your pots, pans, and lids on it. No more digging around in the cupboards. Might be cool to turn the peg board into a work of art.


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    Thanks for the tips! I'll have to try the baking soda trick, as well as packing my items away until I need them.

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    I must try the baking soda on grease. I use an old potato flakes can for my "frying" grease, and it really gets sticky. I will try the soda.

    I use a flat lazy susan in the corner of my cabinet to make the items that had been out of reach easier to get out.

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    Love the Baking soda idea. We have bad allergies and I am always on the look out for the least offensive way to clean something.

    @HerbLady love the peg board idea

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    Thanks for the tips....I'm needing to take everything out of my kitchen cabinets and re-organize all my dishes,casserole dishes, baking items, etc.....

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    This is the most difficult area for me since several people are in and out of there. Husband often uses my counter space for laying things down before putting them in their proper place, and then forgets to move them.

 

 

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