Quarantine Closet Clean-out

— Written By Patti Snyder
en Español

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Hi everyone, it’s Patti, the Family and Consumer Sciences Agent. I decided this week I wanted to step out of the box a little bit and show you my deep dark closets and how I went about organizing them. Please don’t judge me, these closets are quite frightening, but hey, I fixed them!

I have created a Google Doc with the closet organizer bins I used and some others I found at target.

If you could pay someone to come into your house once a week and do ONE chore, only one, which would you pick? I think mine would be laundry, but I would need them to wash, dry, fold and put away… Does that count as one?