Cleaning, reorganizing, repurposing: 3 cheap, easy ways to ‘remodel’Feature Story, Top Highlights Thursday, April 5th, 2012
One of the least expensive and most satisfying ways to improve your home is to tidy up and organize. If you’re looking for low-cost, high-impact results, begin by taking a good look around at the things you already have and how you might restore, reorganize or repurpose.
Whether you do it yourself or get some help, cleaning and restoring your home and the things in it makes a big difference. With a little elbow grease you can often restore things like new.
Use simple, non-toxic and biodegradable cleaning supplies that get the job done well while protecting our environment. As it happens, simple, toxin-free cleaning agents also happen to be inexpensive – and easy to find. Consider some of these tips, provided by Jarrod Williams, who is a commercial photographer, professional organizer and member of the National Association of Professional Organizers. He studied at the Creative Circus in Atlanta and has his BA in Environmental Studies from Emory University.
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