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Interior Decoration: Wardrobe is very important to keep clothes and valuables. If the cupboard remains scattered, you will not be able to

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Will adopt these tips, your wardrobe will never be scattered

A wardrobe is an important part of the house. An orderly wardrobe makes life easier, while uncluttered cupboards add to the problems. Working people face a lot of difficulty in keeping their wardrobe organized, but if you want, you can keep your wardrobe organized with the help of these chips.

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A wardrobe is an important part of the house. An orderly wardrobe makes life easier, while uncluttered cupboards add to the problems. Working people face a lot of difficulty in keeping their wardrobe organized, but if you want, you can keep your wardrobe organized with the help of these chips-

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- Before placing clothes in the cupboard, dry both the cupboard and clothes thoroughly. Before placing clothes, clean the cupboard thoroughly and keep clothes only by laying paper in it.

- Keep your precious sarees and suits in a plastic bag and keep them in the cupboard. This will keep the clothes wearable for a long time.

- Keep winter clothes wrapped well in the newspaper and try to show sunlight once a month.

- Leave the wooden shelves open for a while during the day, so that if there is air in them, the clothes will not smell.

You can also use naphthalene pills to prevent stink in clothes.

- Ensure that your off-season clothes are completely protected from fungus, moisture, and sealing. It is better to use anti-fungal tablets in your wardrobe.

- As soon as you open the cupboard, all the clothes and items do not fall on you, for this, first make a list of the items to be kept in your wardrobe. You don't need to keep all the household items in the same cupboard.

- Now the most important clothes have to be kept properly. Some clothes can be folded, some have to hang in hangers. Understand this, keep clothes.

- If you keep the purse, perfume, cream, gel, lotion, face wash and scrub in your wardrobe then you can use some other small mines in the wardrobe. You can also keep your watch, jewelry, socks at this place.

- You can also place your shoes at the bottom of the cupboard. The shoes you use less can be closed in the box and put on the backside. Keep daily used shoes in front.

In this way, you will keep clothes in the cupboard, will not spread the goods

Interior Decoration: Wardrobe is very important to keep clothes and valuables. If the cupboard remains scattered, you will not be able to get the items kept easily. If you go to the office, then it may face even more problems. Today, we are telling you some tips that will make it easier to keep a shattered wardrobe clean.                                                                                                   

1. Before placing the items in the cupboard, place a newspaper or paper under it.

Decorate the clothes without laying anything and make sure that the place where the clothes are to be kept are not wet.

2. If you are keeping expensive saris or suits in the cupboard, then keep them in plastic bags only. Due to this, there is no fear of spoiling them and clothes remain like new for a long time.

3. Do not let clothes remain like this for several months. They should get sunlight once a month.

4. To prevent bugs in the cupboard, keep naphthalene tablets in the cupboard. Keep in mind that it is out of the reach of children.

5. Keep small items and big clothes of need in different mines.

6. Remove the off-season clothes from the cupboard and keep the clothes that you need in this season.

7. Hang only those clothes which are pressed. Do not fill all hangers with clothes without reason.

8. Keep children's clothes and your clothes in separate mines in the cupboard.

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