20 More Things to Declutter from Your Home

Believe it or not I’ve come up with 20 More Things to Declutter from Your Home. I am on a mission to help you rid your home of things you don’t want and don’t need to make it the space you really love. Check out these posts:
20 Things to Declutter from Your Home
10 Things You Can Toss Right Now
10 More Things to Toss Right Now 
For a total of 60 things to get out of your home. Be warned, you might catch the decluttering bug and not be able to stop. That’s not necessarily a bad thing though.

20 More Things to Declutter from Your Home easily

20 More Things to Declutter from Your Home

Old Sports Equipment – Donate sports equipment you don’t use anymore but is still useful, and toss any equipment that is beyond repair.

Rusty Tools – Clean up the tools you can and toss any that aren’t usable anymore.

Small Bike Helmets – Donate helmets, knee pads, and elbow pads your kids have outgrown. Clean up still usable equipment and find a specific place to store it. 

Broken Umbrellas – Toss those umbrellas that have rips or don’t open and close easily.

Extra Canvas Bags – It is possible to have too many canvas bags. Donate the bags or fill them with needed supplies and distribute them to those who are less fortunate.

Damaged Suitcases – Get rid of the suitcases that have broken straps and wheels. They’re a nightmare pulling through the airport and at baggage pick up.

Unfinished Projects – Give yourself a time frame (3 months at the most) to finish already started projects. If you don’t get them completed, it’s time to give them to someone who will.

Old Knick Knacks – If you have knick knacks tucked away in a closet it’s time to donate them to someone who will enjoy them. If you rotate home decor create a designated place for everything to keep supplies organized and contained.

Formal Gowns – When was the last time you wore one of those gowns? They’re just taking up valuable space in your closet when someone else could be wearing them. Either donate or sell them locally.

Expired Sunscreen – If your sunscreen is from last year toss it out and purchase a new bottle. It’s not going to work as well as it should and you could end up with a nasty burn.

Deflated Balls – Try pumping up a flat ball but if it won’t stay inflated it’s time to toss it.

Leaky Water Bottles – Toss those leaky water bottles and travel mugs and stop those liquid messes.

Old Invitations – Once the event is over you can toss those old invitations, baby announcements, wedding announcements, and cards. Take care of paper clutter as it happens.

Too Many Vases – How many vases do you really need? Keep 2-3 and donate the rest. Don’t contribute to other people’s vase collection either. If you give someone flowers, give them in craft paper with a pretty ribbon wrapped around the bouquet.

Old Tooth Brushes – Take a quick look through the medicine cabinet and toss old toothbrushes, combs with missing teeth, and bent bobby pins. You could also use the old toothbrush to clean a tight space before you toss it.

Dried Up Nail Polish – Toss nail polish that is dried up or goopy or if you don’t wear the color. Nail polish doesn’t last forever. 

Old Perfume – If you haven’t worn a certain perfume for a year it’s time to get rid of it. Want to know a secret? I don’t even have any perfume but I do like scented lotions and soaps.

Kiddie Furniture – Donate furniture and toys your kids have outgrown. I’m sure there are so many people who would appreciate them. 

Not Wanted Holiday Decor – Go through your holiday decor as each holiday approaches and donate what you no longer want to display. I have cut my holiday storage in half just recently.

Damaged Furniture – Give yourself a time limit to repair furniture or get rid of it. You can put it on the curb with a free sign and it will be gone in less than an hour.

Have you caught the decluttering bug yet? Doesn’t it feel good to get rid of the damaged and excess?

Happy Decluttering!

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  • carol January 23, 2017, 6:00 pm

    Love all these tips. Where would I bring old gowns? I have several in my closet, from my daughter so prom days.

  • carol January 23, 2017, 6:00 pm

    From my daughters old prom days. Lol.

  • Joyce January 24, 2017, 6:34 am

    I have been doing lots of this

  • Pauline Armstrong October 13, 2022, 11:41 am

    Donate your formal gowns

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