When you start organizing your bathroom or bedroom you may find cosmetics. Here is an infographic with information on how long to keep your cosmetics before throwing them out. Thanks to Natalie Brown a staff writer at BuzzFeed News for posting this information. For more ideas on bathroom organizing read her post 7 Easy Bathroom Organizing Ideas You’ll Actually Want to Try
By Natalie Brown BuzzFeed News July 2017
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1. Have a drawer for each person who uses the bathroom to store his or her toiletries and cosmetics. If you don’t have the space to store items in the bathroom, give each person a basket to transport their things to the bathroom from his or her bedroom, where the basket is stored.
2. Purchase under-sink storage shelves or baskets to make good use of this under-utilized area.
Find a shelf or stacking baskets to use under the sink
3. If medications are stored in the bathroom, safely store them where small children can’t gain access.
4. Store cleaning supplies safely nearby so you can do bathroom quick cleans ups but out of the reach of children.
5. Add hooks or towel bars to the walls or over-the-door racks/hooks to hang and dry towels after use. Not enough room in the bathroom? Install hooks or bars in the bedrooms. This will keep towels off the floor, neat and clean.
Swing out towels bars provide space between each towel so they can dry quickly