So let's see what we have here...
I love this stuff. You mix it with water to make glass cleaner, all purpose cleaner, degreaser. It also works to wash floors and it is so highly concentrate that you won't need a new window cleaner in about a year. I promise!!
Great for cleaning burt food in oven. Super tough on dirt yet super gentle on your hands.
Baking Soda and Bon Ami
Great to scrub bath tub without the chemicals
I use Basic G from Shaklee. It kills germs, viruses and bacteria. Excellent to disinfect bathrooms.
If you see closely one of the sponges is cut on one corner. That way we know that one is ONLY for toilet. I've found that even using two different colors it it not always clear and simply forget what color was for what!
Clear drawers from Container Store will fit perfectly in this corner. I holds microfiber cloths, extra gloves, extra sponges, swiffers refills, Magic Eraser sponges (which I just realized I run out of), etc.
I also stacked the dishwasher detergent on top of the drawers for easy access. I put it inside a bin to prevent spills.
Gloves hanging on the door to let them dry in between uses.
Over the door towel rack to let air dry the microfiber cloths after each use (they can not go in the dryer).
Trash bags. In the same box I will put all of the plastic bags from grocery store. Even though I bring our own bags when I go shopping sometimes I get things on the way and get overflowed with bags... why they double bag to put just one item?!
And that's it. That's how my under the sink looks like. I'm very proud of myself to have it green and organized :)
The rest of the tools, such as vacuum, mop/bucket, swiffer stick and duster are in the broom/coat closet in the hallway. I'll show you those picture when the closet is ready, working on it yet :)
How about you, do you keep your cleaning supplies under the sink? Let us know your tips!
Thanks for reading and have a beautiful week!