5 Must-have Items for Your Cleaning Closet

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Knowing what to stock in your cleaning closet can sometimes feel like a mission in itself, with widely differing information and opinions on the internet.

But it’s necessary to have supplies on hand for your regular cleaning chores and everyday messes and other situations  that you’ll need to address in a possible cleaning emergency.

As always, we’re here to help you stock up on what you need to have in your DIY cleaning closet and also here to help create a space for everything you’ll need to keep your home sparkling.

Our recommendations are below:

1. Glass Jars

Not only are jars perfect for organizing and keeping everything neat, but they also help to pull the overall look of the closet together.

You can keep clothespins, brushes, soap, or whatever you desire in those jars.

Check out Amazon for some different options to choose from, but in the meantime, here is a set that would be perfect for a contemporary-style home.

2. DIY Ingredients

With the world becoming more environmentally aware, people have started to make their cleaners with ingredients from home.

If you’re one of them, make sure to keep extra hydrogen peroxide, vinegar, baking soda, rubbing alcohol, and Epsom salts tucked away in your closet, so you never find yourself out of an essential ingredient.

These are the most essential staples to have on hand.

3. Cleaners

If you’re not one to create cleaning products yourself, then it will be essential to have some store-bought items that you can use.

We love an all-purpose cleaner to help reduce the amount of space needed to hold your cleaning supplies.

If space is limited, we definitely recommended all-purpose, multi-surface, cleaners for your cleaning arsenal.

4. Hooks

Hooks are everything in a cleaning closet because they allow you to have more room for the different items that are in there.

You can utilize them to hang brooms, mops, dusters, and other things that need to be off the floor.

They definitely will help you maximize your closet space.

5. Cleaning Cloths

Whether you have Microfiber, bar mop towels, or the classic flour sack towel, having rags designated for the kitchen, bathrooms, living room, dusting, scrubbing, etc., will help you stay organized and prepared to tackle any kind of cleaning mess or chore.

We recommend having plenty of these on hand.

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