How To Declutter The Garage
Decluttering the garage can be a huge job, depending on how many years you have stacked boxes in the corner and along the walls to get them out of the living area of the house.
My recommendation is to start on the garage and set a specific amount of time to go through each box, shelf, etc. A great start is 2-3 hours a week and set a specific day of the week.
As you get started on your decluttering mission, the following checklist, specifically designed for the garage, will give you a great start to getting this room in perfect ‘no-clutter’ condition!
Garage Declutter Checklist
- Bug Killer & Chemicals
- Gardening Supplies & Tools
- Sports Equipment
- Paint & Paint Supplies
- Unused Flooring (Tile, Carpet, Vinyl, Etc.)
- Car Fluids
- Kid’s Outdoor Toys
- Hand Tools (Hand Saw, Hammer, Screwdrivers, Etc.)
- Lawn Chairs
- Swimming Pool & Beach Toys & Equipment
- Winter Clothing & Gear
- Holiday & Seasonal Decor
- Outdated Or Unusable Electronics
- Lawn Care Equipment & Supplies
- Unfinished Projects
- Damaged Or No Longer Liked Antiques
- Empty Boxes
- Trophies & Awards No Longer Needed
- Photos No Longer Needed
- Duplicates Of Any Item
- Items That Do Not Belong In This Area
- All Other Unnecessary Items
- Broken Items
Save the checklist below to refer back to later or share it with a friend that is in ‘declutter mode’ and would love to have more direction and additional ideas! 😊
Declutter Checklists For Every Room & Area Of Your Home
Are you doing a complete declutter of your entire home?
Check out the declutter lists for every room and all areas of your house to give you an additional boost on your journey to a perfectly decluttered home!