By Terri Williams, Tue, March 21, 2023
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Spring is the perfect time to thoroughly clean all of those areas you’ve neglected during the winter. There are plenty of great tools that can make this chore a lot easier. However, New Yorkers tend not to have a lot of space for storing cleaning tools. But no worries: we found some cool items that don’t take up a lot of space and can be easily stored.
By Lidia Ryan, Mon, February 27, 2023
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Living in the Big Apple often means living in a small apartment. Even the grandest townhomes and penthouses tend to be storage-challenged, and this inevitably leads to clutter, disorganization, and even some outside-the-box “hacks.” From turning a stack of suitcases into a nightstand to storing clothes in an oven, New Yorkers have to be creative when it comes to staying organized. We asked professional organizers about the best ways to tackle small spaces, the importance of decluttering, and practical renter-friendly tips.
Tips and tricks this way
By Ben Kharakh, Wed, April 17, 2019
Spring may have started on March 20, but it’s only now that the weather’s warming up in New York City, which means it’s time for spring cleaning. Thanks to the recent Marie Kondo mania, cleaning has transformed from a chore to a celebration, but once you’ve taken stock of your life and separated that which sparks joy from that which simply takes up space, what do you do with all that unwanted stuff? From disposing of bulk items and electronics to making donations, here’s a handy NYC spring cleaning guide.
Here are our tips
By Rebecca Paul, Thu, March 24, 2016
With April just around the corner thoughts of spring cleaning are surely on your radar. While there are a myriad of tips and tricks out there for the annual warm weather detox, we’ve just discovered a cool new product that could help simplify the process. Sugru is “the world’s first moldable glue,” a silicone-based adhesive that feels and takes on forms much like play-dough. However, unlike the crumble-ready colored clay, when exposed to air, Sugru cures into a solid and securely bonded shape that you can use to hang and store items in your house. Keep reading for a list of fun ways to use Sugru for organization.