While I've listed several common types of items above that are often found in the cabinet under your bathroom sink that doesn't mean those things should be stored there.
First, as always, be aware of safety when storing items such as cleaning products, medications, or anything potentially dangerous where kids or pets could get into them.
But in addition, remember that your under the sink can be a moist place, especially if there is a leak of the plumbing. Therefore, never store items under there that would be damaged if they get wet.
When putting the non-clutter items back into place remember that under the bathroom sink has a lot of plumbing and from time to time you may need access to it, quickly, such as if there's a leak, or a clog.
Therefore, I suggest when doing your organizing that you containerize the area as much as possible, so if stuff needs to be removed quickly you're just grabbing a few larger items that hold much of your stuff, instead of keeping everything in there loose.
Below I've added some photos from readers who've already done this mission to get you inspired to tackle under your own sink today!
In addition, to the left above is a before and after photo from a reader, Tina, who did this mission in her guest bathroom. She both got rid of clutter, and also added labeled containers for what was left.
Here are even more before and after photos from readers who've done this mission. The photos above are from Karen. She said about the before photo, "Finally made myself tackle this job today. I'm so glad I did! I killed 2 birds with one stone -- straightened up the cupboard and repurposed empty wipes containers! Here is a before (actually I had already taken some things out! )" Then, she submitted the after photo, and said, "Here is after. I decluttered a lot of stuff!"
These photos are from Lynette. She did a great job, didn't she?
Linda sent in the two photos above when she did this mission. She said of the first one, "Before. Evidently I needed to do this!!!!!!" Then, of the second one she stated, "After! I repurposed those pails ice cream comes in to corral supplies! Tossed out quite a bit of stuff! Then gave it a good scrubbing!"
Finally, the photo above was sent in by Brandy, who also did this challenge.
The photo above is from a reader, Dora, who also took this mission. She explained, "The key is to put everything back in it's place!! Loving the feeling of being uncluttered."
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