Episode 44 – decluttering your car

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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.

In this episode we discuss:

  • 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.

Other related things you may find useful

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You might also be interested in the blog 5 ways to make your summer holiday a breeze or check out our free resource below.

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