The easy way is to throw away the useless objects that you are hoarding for years, but often a better way is to try to make them useful again. There are so many things that one can do with the typical junk in the garage or in the cellar, that to pick up the perfect choice is often difficult too.
– When going through all the rubbish and junk in the garage, think about what you can do with it. The garden is usually the place, where you can use most of the useless objects by simply repairing them or making some minor fixes for more purposes. Let’s take the useless objects after furniture clearance – an old and broken wooden chair can easily become a wooden masterpiece in the patio. Some pieces from the useless piles of rocks, stones, bricks and wood boards can easily transform into a cozy bench with seating places. You just need a little bit of talent for constructing, a free afternoon and the basic tools for making a table out of stones and seating places by simply putting the wooden board atop another pile of rocks. Secure the rocks with ropes, metal wire or some kind of poles, and you can make your own rustic corner for relaxation out of rocks and wood boards. Or else, some of the useless objects can be transformed into decorative items for the kitchen, for the entry and the corridors, etc.
– Decide when is the perfect moment for making the useless objects useful again. This moment is usually after the big house clearance and de-cluttering, which reveals more materials and objects that can be used. Spend a couple of days for the house clearance and take your free time to go through every corner of the house. Check out the cellar, the basement, the terraces, the garage or all the racks and shelves where you used to hoarding something useless.
– Always, start by a thorough sorting and de-cluttering of the useless objects, instead of putting them aside for waste disposal. There is no doubt, the easiest and quickest way to ensure a perfect home clearance is to get rid of the useless objects, but a great tip is to spend a couple of hours to sort and de-clutter the useless objects themselves. Make different piles for the different types of junk, such as for metal, wood, glass, paper, fabrics and plastic objects. This will give you a better orientation among all the stuff and thus will help come with an idea about what to do with the yet useless things. Further, it will facilitate the separate recycling or rubbish disposal if you, after all, decide to get rid of the piles of useless objects.
– Check out all the options for getting rid of the useless objects. They usually are selling in second-hand stores or online, donating to charity or to friends, or hiring a clearance company to assess and buy the rubbish for recycling.
– Make your own DIY weekend projects out of the junk that you plan to get rid of. This opt is actually one of the most typical options to reduce the amount of the rubbish by making something useful out of numerous useless things. This opt is recommended to put high on the agenda if are a hobby gardener or the DIY projects are another part of your hobby. From side table lamps and slingshots to a doghouse and numerous birdhouses – there are plenty of useless things in the garage, of which you can get an advantage.