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How to Organize Your Closet
Featured Pro: Eric Stromer Category: Home Improvement Time: 1:24
ERIC STROMER: Hey, I’m Eric Stromer. Here’s your GMC Trade Secret.
I just cleaned out my closet. I’m going to donate some stuff to charity. And I’m going to show you how to do it too. Come on.
You know, when it comes to organizing your closet, let me give you a couple of tips. First of all, Joan Crawford was not the greatest of moms, but she was right about no more wire hangers. They’re terrible. They bend. Get rid of the wire hangers. Wood. We love them. I’ll tell you why. They retain the shape of the garment. Also these little cedar discs keep those clothes smelling fresh all year round.
The other great thing about wood hangers is that they will limit the amount of stuff you can pack in the closet – very important when keeping your closet organized.
Now, normally on the closet floor we have all those shoes that make it chaotic and unusable. You can’t ever find anything. Great tip: Take the shoebox, take a Polaroid picture of the front and back of the shoe, affix it to the shoebox. You can stack the top shelf. You take that floor space that you were originally using to put all the shoes.
Seasonal items can rotate in and out of your closet by using these bins. Fantastic tip; always keeps everything need. These go away in the winter. The spring stuff comes in the spring.