3 Steps to a Clutter & Junk Free Home – in just one weekend!

3 Steps to a Clutter & Junk Free Home – in just one weekend!

If you haven’t had a good clean-out in a while, you’ve probably gathered a lot of unwanted clutter. Clutter makes your home appear unsightly and can cause chaos in one’s mind. Moreover, it can cause a family member to trip over and harm one’s self. For these reasons alone, it is very important to declutter a home regularly.

I know what you’re thinking – decluttering is boring and time-consuming. But what if I told you that you could achieve a clutter and junk-free home in just one weekend? You heard me – I’m not fibbing at all.

Today, I’ll list 3 easy steps you can follow to achieve a clutter and junk-free home in one weekend’s time. These tips are coming to you from a waste removal expert who has over 18 years of professional experience. You can bet that these tips are effective, so listen up!

1. Start by identifying your clutter

To declutter your home and remove unwanted junk, you must first identify your clutter. This can be somewhat tricky as you’ll find that you want to keep a lot of stuff that has just been lying around. The fact of the matter is that you can live with a lot less stuff than you own.

My rule of thumb is to identify clutter: if something hasn’t been used in over a year, it qualifies as clutter. Carefully gather items you haven’t used in over a year and consider whether you really need them. Be truthful to yourself, and you’ll find an enormous amount of junk to get rid of.

2. Sort out your clutter

Once you’ve identified your clutter, you should move to sort it out. Sorting is important because not all junk should simply be thrown away. There’ll be several items in your clutter that can come of good use to someone else.

I’d advise you to create three separate piles for your clutter. First will be the pile of items that cannot be reused and will need to be thrown away. You’ll need to hire a Brisbane junk removal service for this pile. Second comes the pile of items that you can sell for some value. By selling your unwanted goods, you’ll get rid of them while also making some money. Finally comes the third pile of items which should include goods you can donate to the op shop. Donating is a noble cause, and it’s a very simple way to get rid of unwanted clutter.

3. Hire a Brisbane junk removal company

When you’re done sorting out your clutter, you can hire a Brisbane junk removal company to dispose of your first waste pile. A Brisbane junk removal company, such as us at 4 Waste Walk-In Skip Bins, can help you eliminate old furniture, broken appliances and other unwanted items that cannot be reused.

Simply hire one of our junk skip bins, and we will deliver it to you on the date you request. Once your skip arrives, simply fill it with your junk, and we’ll come and collect it for you.

That’s it – 3 easy steps, and you’ll have a clutter-free home in just one weekend.


To achieve a clutter and junk-free home, all you need to do is to follow 3 simple steps. First, start by identifying your clutter. Next, sort out your clutter for disposal or reuse. Finally, hire a Brisbane junk removal service to dispose of your unwanted clutter. These steps are so simple that you can do it all in less than a weekend’s time!

And, for an affordable Brisbane junk removal service, look no further than us at 4 Waste Walk-In Skip Bins.

Call us at 0413 333 330 to hire one of our junk skip bins today!


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