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Pro Tips for Cleaning Out Your Closet!

According to a survey, an average woman in America has over 103 items of clothing in her closet. While that’s more than enough for any occasion that might come along unexpectedly, 22% of the items are considered un-wearable. Some clothes are not suitable for the current fashion trends while others are not the right size, according to the report.

 

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This is the main reason why most people feel as if they have nothing to wear even with a closet full of clothes. Seasonal closet cleaning can help you de-clutter your wardrobe and remove any useless items. It can also narrow down your choices, saving you valuable time when deciding what to wear daily. The extra space can create a more organized and minimalistic view so you don’t get stressed each time you open the door and stuff falls out!

 

Here are a few tips to help you clean out your closet like a pro:

 

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Schedule the task:

The first thing you should do is to add closet cleaning to your list of tasks. Mark the day you plan to tackle your closet on a calendar. This’ll help you be mentally prepared to get the task done and prevent you from putting it off.

 

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Prepare for the task:

Clearing out your closet isn’t going to be an easy task. You’ll need the motivation to start and finish the job. Make a playlist of your favorite songs to put you in an energetic mood and increase your productivity. Keep some snacks and water handy to avoid getting distracted by hunger or thirst. Think of it as a marathon. You’ve got to stick to the task until you’ve accomplished your goal!

 

Sort everything:

The first step to cleaning the closet is to empty out the entire space. This will give you a better idea of the space you have. You’ll also be able to sort through all the items in your closet easily. Make piles for regular use, occasional use, and seasonal use. Make another pile of the clothes you haven’t used for the past year and donate it to used clothing companies such as Whitehouse & Shapiro thrift store wholesalers.