Organizing The Bathroom

There are things that should stay, for reasons of use and to make life easier, in the bathroom or toilet. Let’s talk about what and how best to keep these objects and products.

What NOT To Keep In The Bathroom?

Perfumes-You see a thousand pictures out there, but do not do that. Moisture and temperature changes can ruin your beloved perfumes. The best place for them is in packaging, free of light, humidity and temperature variation-cabinets or drawers in the room, for example.

1) Brushes along with scissors, along with soap, along with towels? They do not look good either!

2) This may be a good idea to store creams, shampoos…But toothbrushes, even more unprotected NO! And keep it dry.

– Remedies-Exposed to moisture and heat, medicines can deteriorate rapidly. Put them in a dry, cool place and out of reach of children. Frequently observe the expiration date of the medicines and other products.

Hooks for towels, shelves and containers for creams – okay! But keep few towels to spare. And, especially in enclosed closets, in the long leave them stored.

What To Store In The Bathroom? And How To Save?

– Toothbrushes – Different colors for each person. Store in closed containers or with those plastics that protect the bristles that you should wash and dry often. It is better that they stay in the closet than in the sink, especially if the container they are in has no lid. So they are more protected from germs.

– Cotton, cotton swab, pliers, scissors, tweezers, absorbents, combs, hair brushes, staples – In containers, pots or enclosed boxes (each in yours). Everything can be in a large basket or box, for example.

– Shaving and face creams – Very well sealed and inside the cabinet, preferably.

Unprotected tooth brushes exposed in the bathroom are a hazard. And a thousand exposed towels can accumulate dust, germs, etc. Transparent boxes with small ventilation openings (especially for towels) are great.

– Replacement products-It is always good to have toilet paper, soap, toothpaste, small amount of absorbents in the bathroom and always redo the decorating wallpaper when put to use. Also prefer to leave the paper that is not being used protected in the packaging or in a plastic box, for example. Do not leave it open exposed to germs, insects, etc…and neither too close to the floor for the same reason.

– Shampoo, conditioner, bushes and soaps in use-Put in niches or holders inside the box or in pockets on the curtains (there are curtains that already come with pockets for that).Those that are not in use can be stored in boxes.

Toilet papers open everywhere, perfumes, creams, medicines, shampoos, all together, in excess and mixed… not good!

These containers for tooth brushes with a lid are the most hygienic. Even so, worry about keeping everything dry.

– Soap for use in the sink-Liquid in its own container or, if in a bar, prefer those having holes to drain the liquid and a support to trim it (which should always be washed and dried).

– Children’s toys in the bath-Store in baskets with holes so they are soon dry or in bags of plastic hanging strings. Only use specific toys for this use in the bathroom.

The brush holder has no cover (either replace with a cover or put protectors for the bristles and keep inside the cabinet). The soap dish has holes and trimmer underneath. It’s a good model.And the boxes with brushes and soaps have cover protecting the contents and are ventilated (which is great).

Extra Towels-Do not overdo it, 1 spare set is enough. I prefer that they are not exposed, again for the same reason germs, insects, dust … Photos in magazines usually have many extra and exposed towels, but it’s because it looks beautiful…it’s not functional.

– Cleaning products-If you have space, store in the bathroom, in closets. But keep away from children and animals. And keep cleaning brushes ALWAYS DRY AND CLEAN.

Shelves increase the area for guarding products and materials. So at the top it’s cool for things you do not use every day, extra stuff…but all well organized and closed (only if necessary wipes and inside ventilated boxes is best)

And do not forget:

1) A simple detail that makes all the difference-Before flushing the toilet, LOWER THE COVER. This is because the movement of water can spread bacteria and germs all over the bathroom, have you?

2) Wash (and dry thoroughly) all containers, especially toothbrushes, if any.

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