Bathroom Declutter: 15 Things You Don't Need in Your Bathroom

by Simplify

Candice, from Simplify This Life, admits that decluttering can be an overwhelming process sometimes, especially when you don’t know where to start. So, she’s sharing 15 bathroom declutter ideas that can help you easily declutter bathroom products from your home in under twenty minutes.

The first thing you can get rid of when you declutter a bathroom cabinet is lotion. She says that having multiple lotions with different scents isn’t necessary and neither is having too much or already expired makeup.

Candice also says that white towels should be removed during your bathroom declutter and organization project because they stain too easily and start to look dingy over time.

More of her bathroom declutter ideas include dull razors and shampoo or conditioner you don’t like. Plus, Candice suggests getting rid of any hot tools you don’t actually use—like curling irons or straighteners. Not only does this help you declutter your bathroom counter, but it also eliminates the frustration of dealing with so many tangled cords.

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Additionally, things like product packaging, samples, toilet seat covers, and rugs around the toilet are bathroom declutter items you should collect and throw out now. Furthermore, you should clear out all of the overly-stretched hair ties, broken bobby pins, and damaged hair clips you’re still storing.

The remaining bathroom declutter items on Candice’s list include nail polish that has separated or is a color you don’t like, anything you have multiples of—like nail clippers or eyelash curlers—accessories to tools you no longer own or don’t use, travel-sized items you never end up packing, and kits you don’t like or don’t use, such as teeth whitening kits that hurt your teeth.

Bathroom declutter

When it’s time to find bathroom declutter you can get rid of, use Candice’s helpful list and eliminate these 15 items in no time.

For more decluttering ideas, check out 15 kitchen things you don't need or how to convince someone to declutter.

To see more videos, check out the Simplify This Life YouTube channel.

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