- A wall-mounted holder gives you a place to stow your broom, so it does not flop all over and get your other items dirty.
- Shelves, built right into the wall, give you space to keep your cleaning products organized, so they don't get dumped on the floor or hidden under other items.
- If you have space, a divider placed down the middle of the broom closet can make its function easier to manage. You can keep a vacuum on one side, and other cleaning products on the other.
- Racks mounted to the closet door are the perfect spot for those little things like sponges, scrubbies, and vacuum attachments.
- Consider making a lower shelf high enough that you can slide in a little garbage can to wrappers and other junk that otherwise tend to collect in cabinets.
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