6 Tips for Keeping Your Pantry Clean Once You’ve Organized It

Once you have cleaned out your pantry, there are several things you can do to make sure it stays in order. First, set rules. Label where everything goes in the pantry, decide when items will be replaced, and how much of any one item you will have on hand at any given time. Write the ‘use by’ date on each item to make it easier to use things before they expire. Schedule deep cleanings every three to five months, but between cleanings be sure to wipe up small spills and keep messy items on coasters or in small bowls. Finally, every six months re-evaluate your system and make sure it is working for you!

Key Takeaways:

  • Set rules about buying groceries, such as limiting how many multiples of the same product can be bought.
  • Try dating items with a date to use by, and follow them, just like a grocery store has rotated stock.
  • Clean up as you go, don’t just wait for one big clean, and if you do, it’ll make the big cleans that much less painful.


“Put a date on your calendar for three months from now to give your pantry a deep-clean — empty the shelves, wipe them down with your favorite cleaner, scrub any grubby corners, and (once the shelves are dry) replace the items.”

Read more: https://www.thekitchn.com/6-tips-for-keeping-your-pantry-nice-and-organized-251232

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