Get ready to clean. You’ll want to wipe down surfaces as you take away the clutter. Make sure you have a lot of garbage bags handy and boxes too for sorting.
Clean out the medicine cabinet. Toss out all over the counter medications like cold tablets that have expired. Move all of your prescriptions to a child-proof kitchen cabinet. You shouldn’t keep medication in the bathroom because of the high humidity.
Empty out every drawer, shelf and cabinet.
Get rid of the makeup you don’t use. For instance, if you have three eyeliner pencils and only use one, get rid of the ones you don’t use.
Throw away samples of things you have that have been sitting around for ages. Also throw away funky smelling perfumes. Donate anything that has been unopened that you won’t use.
Throw away your ratty old towels and go out and buy new ones.
Give your toilet, bathtub and sink a really good wash.
Keep a squeegee in the shower so everyone can wipe it down when they are done. This will help decrease the mildew.
Second step: Reorganizing the Stuff
Get round towel holders. They take up less space than the horizontal ones.
Get more storage space. Putting in a wall-to-wall shelf can give you the extra room for towels, bedsheets, soaps and even bath toys.
Keep countertops clean. They look better when there is less stuff cluttering it.
Have a place for the refills of things (shampoo’s, toilet paper, soap). Keep them all together so you will know where to find them.
If you have limited space store your towels in a basket on the floor.
Put a laundry hamper in the bathroom so people can throw their clothes into it right away.