Keeping the service area organized

The first step to having a organized service area is to define what your priorities are in this space. Do you need more places to store products, more space to fold clean clothes, or both? It is important to check what you already have and what you need to make better use of the available space in your laundry.

Make the most of the spaces in service area installing wall shelves, hanging or folding clothesline, upright cabinets and hooks for hanging utensils such as ironing boards, brooms and even iron. This way, you have objects that do not occupy so much of the passing areas and that help in organization of your cleaning supplies.


It is very useful to have one container for clean clothes and another for dirty clothes. You can put the dirty ones in a basket and the clean ones on a cabinet shelf for later ironing. Buckets and bowls should be kept dry and in each other.

Leave the spaces like the top of the washer or dryer always clean and free so you can use them as a folding support. Putting a clothes rack near the ironing place is a great way to keep your ironing clothes organized until it's time to bring it to the closet.

It is also important to keep only what is needed in the service area. The cleaning products They should be stored in a place that is difficult for children to reach and is dry and airy. Try to keep products organized according to their use, for example kitchen cleaners separate from bathroom cleaners. Also, leave your most frequently used products in a more visible and easy to remove place.

Finally, it is essential to have a defined place for each item used in the service area and that these items are always stored in the right place. This makes it easier keep your service area organized and find what you need without wasting time.

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