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Guide to Cleaning Out That Garage

Guide to Cleaning Out That Garage

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Cleaning and organizing a garage is a key step before installing a dream garage with a Polyaspartic floor coating, storage, and organization. Use this guide to assist you in getting the job done:


1. Set a goal: Before you start cleaning out your garage, it's important to have a clear idea of what you want to accomplish. Are you trying to create more storage space, clear out clutter, or make room for a new car? Having a specific goal in mind will help you stay focused and motivated as you work.


2. Gather supplies: To make the process of cleaning out your garage as easy and efficient as possible, you'll need to gather a few basic supplies. These might include:


- Trash bags

·       - Boxes or bins for sorting and storing items

·       - Work gloves

·       - A broom and dustpan

·       - A vacuum cleaner

·       - Cleaning supplies (such as a bucket, sponges, and all-purpose cleaner)


3. Sort items: Begin by sorting through the items in your garage and dividing them into categories. For example, you might have a pile for things that need to be thrown away, a pile for items that can be donated, and a pile for items that you want to keep.


4. Discard broken items: Get rid of any broken items such as old appliances, toys, and tools that are beyond repair.


5. Donate or sell items: If you have items that are in good condition but no longer useful to you, consider donating or selling them. Websites like Craigslist and Facebook Marketplace are great platforms for selling items, and you can also check with local charities for donation options.


6. Make a storage plan: Once you've sorted through your items and discarded or donated what you no longer need, it's time to start thinking about storage. Make a plan for how you want to organize the items you're keeping, and consider purchasing storage solutions such as shelving, hooks, and storage bins.


7. Clean surfaces: Once you've got your items sorted and your storage plan in place, give your garage a thorough cleaning. Sweep or vacuum the floor, wipe down surfaces with a damp cloth, and wash windows if you have any.


8. Organize and label items: Once your garage is clean, it's time to organize and label your items. Group items together by category, and use labels or tags to help you identify what's in each container.


9. Keep it up: Finally, make sure to keep up with your garage cleaning and organization efforts. Set aside time each month or season to go through items and get rid of anything you no longer need, and make sure to keep things tidy and organized.


10. Bonus tip: If you're struggling to keep your garage organized, consider using a storage unit for items that you don't use often. This will free up space in your garage and make it easier to keep things tidy.


This is a basic step-by-step checklist on cleaning out a garage. Note that you should always be careful when handling heavy items and use proper lifting techniques. If the task of cleaning out a garage seems overwhelming, consider hiring a professional or recruiting a friend or family member to help you. Remember that the key to a successful garage cleanout is staying organized and focused.

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