Episode 44 – Decluttering your car

In this podcast, Lesley and Ingrid talk about decluttering your car so that it doesn't become a dumping ground or an additional storage facility. So many things go on in cars these days - eating, drinking, sleeping, reading, watching and listening to programmes so it's no surprise that they become untidy quickly. We talk about getting the contents under control by decluttering your car regularly.

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Show Summary

  • How it is essential to keep bags for life and carrier bags in your car. 
  • Decluttering your car is vital before you embark on cleaning it.
  • Keeping on top of things that find their way into your car needs to be done little and often.
  • What should be kept in a glove compartment.
  • How to make the most of your central console. 
  • Remove surplus CDs from your car if you are now streaming music.
  • How seat organisers can be useful if you have a young family.
  • A box in your boot can be useful to containerise essential travel items.
  • A plastic cereal container can double up as a car bin.
  • Decluttering your car involves taking unnecessary items out of your car little and often.

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