Organizing and keeping your bathroom spick-and-span can be a chore, but a few tricks can make your messy bathroom cleaner and your usual hour-long routine quicker. Scroll down for simple hacks that will make your life a whole lot easier.

Make a towel organizer out of tin cans.

Need a better place to store your towels? Why not roll them and place them inside tin cans. Yes, tin cans–they’re easier to use and with a little creativity, they’ll also look more appealing. Find the tutorial here


Prevent noise and splashing with a strip of toilet paper.
Do you need to go for a number two but are too afraid (or embarrassed) of the dreaded "plopping" sound? Here’s what you should do: Take two strips of toilet paper, fold it, and place it on the surface of the water. 


Use baking soda to clean your toilet bowl.
Aside from it being a wonder ingredient in the beauty department, baking soda can also leave your toilet bowl clean and odor-free–just pour a cup of baking soda down the toilet bowl, leave it for an hour, and then flush. 


Hang a magnetic board by your dresser to organize your makeup.

If you primp and prettify in the bathroom, you can make your morning routine a lot easier (and faster) by placing a magnetic board by your bathroom mirror. Just attach magnets to your makeup's base, so everything is easily accessible. You don't just save time, but also space!


Use baby oil to keep your faucet shiny.

Just dab baby oil on a towel and scrub your faucet and other chrome surfaces. 

Keep your bobby hair pins in check with a magnet strip.
Do you ever wonder where all your hair pins go? To avoid a scavenger hunt every morning, tape a magnetic strip on your wall or dresser and stick the pins on it to keep them all in one place. An alternative: a long, thick strip of fabric that you could pin on your wall.

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