#This post is sponsored by Glad® but the content and opinions expressed here are my own#
As a makeup artist and a blogger, I keep a large amount of makeup, hairstyling tools, and skincare in my shelves for various purposes. Getting clutter under control is a challenge for me always, I am known to be a bit messy. I’ve had professional help with the organizing aspect of my makeup room (and it was great). But the ongoing task of keeping my space clutter free is something I have to do myself. To keep your clutter in check, you need good trash bags! Enter the Glad Advanced Protection trash bags. These bags have been instrumental in getting rid of my piles. All the Glad Advanced Protection trash bags used during my declutter, pass a torture test with the amount of stuff I have to get rid of, on a regular basis. (SEE BELOW).
Glad Advanced Protection trash bags are a must have for your heavy items and out of date products (eww the smell). Glad Advanced Protection trash bags come in packs of as many as 56 bags. One of my favorite features of this product is the Reinforced Bottom and Leakguard Protection. I deal with a lot of liquid, heavy packaging, some I recycle and some has to be tossed. Glad Advanced Protection trash bags are tough and can handle the most heavy of loads.
I put together a list of my How-To’s for getting your clutter under control using Glad Advanced Protection trash bags.
#1 Create piles (I learned this secret from my professional organizer).
#2 Once your piles are created put your Glad Advanced Protection trash bags to work and label them (recyclable vs trash).
#3 Schedule weekly or bi-weekly maintenance (I get a lot of mail and go through things fast, having a system in place helps tremendously).
I found this product at Walmart, but they’re also available on Amazon if you want to check them out here, and it is my go-to tool for my weekly makeup room clutter maintenance. Another fun fact is that these Glad Advanced Protection trash bags come in different scents to soothe your preference, how cool is that? Tell me in the comments sections, what’s your favorite way to keep clutter free?