How to organize countertop?
Kay27246977 on Jan 08, 2018i would suggest putting something there that would deter people from dumping. like an ornamentHelpful Reply
Nancy Turner on Jan 08, 2018Put a basket for keys, mail, etc. to be put in. Anything else, tell them they have an hour or two from the time it is put on the counter to move it or it gets put in the trash(start off with just putting it away out of sight until they get the idea that you are serious). A kitchen counter is no where that purses, backpacks, newspapers, etc. should be due to cleanliness issues. They should understand that if it doesn't go in the basket, it doesn't belong on the counter.Helpful Reply
Landsharkinnc on Jan 09, 2018what ever the objects are - if you don't use them every day, put them where they belong when you are finished with them -- we have a 'mantra' here -- if you don't use it every day, put it away -- -- for mail/keys/phone, etc., a basket that is shallow and broad so that you can easily see what is in it,Helpful Reply
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