Here is a way to get more space for your clothes closet. Take the summer cloths, sort through them, those you keep roll up so that they're compact and store. Put out your winter clothes. Here is a link for more detailed instructions:
Be sure to get the floor right around the base of the toilet. Use an old toothbrush or use a wet piece of toilet paper (with gloves) to clean that band that often gets overlooked in cleaning. While you're at it, be sure to get the floor area behind the toilet.
Behind the toilet. Go over it with wet toilet paper first, then mop with the rest of the floor.
Here are three truly original, useful things you can use your dishwasher for. I won't tell you what they are and spoil the surprise.
This is the first of several posts about places in your bathroom that need to be cleaned but are easily overlooked. The first one is behind the faucet on the sink.Water stands there and collects crud. Over time, a calcium build up can occur. Remember to get this when you do your bathroom cleaning. To get the build up a product I like to use is Krud Kutter, available at hardware stores. Works great!
Make sure your weatherstripping is working properly under the front and back doors. Put a piece of paper under the door. If it slides easily, then you need to replace your weatherstripping. https://www.zillow.com/blog/12-steps-prepare-home-for-fall-
When we think about preparing for winter we typically think heat, but winter is a time when we also crave light. Consider washing your windows. And perhaps add a lamp to that dark nook in the livingroom.
Are your entryways ready for winter? Stock up on slippers when people come into your home. Have a neat place for people to put their shoes. Be sure your entrance matt is large enough.
Winter is cold but it's also dark. You can help bring in the light by: cleaning your windows now, and strategically adding a lamp or two.
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Are your windows and doors sufficiently leak-proof? Putting clear plastic over your windows is easy enough to do. Any hardware store will have a kit that you can use. All you need is a hair dryer to heat and shrink the plastic once it's taped up.