I’m an organising pro, my £16 rule will declutter your house so quickly you’ll chuck everything you don’t need | The Sun

IF you’re looking to get your house spick and span in no time at all, an organising pro has come to the rescue.

And it’s good news, as she maintains that you don’t have to have a complicated or expensive regime in place – instead you just need to follow her simple £16 rule. 

Emily, who works as a professional organiser in Southern California, took to her TikTok profile @spacesbyemily to reveal more to her followers about how they can keep everything in order at home.

She also said that her tip would mean you have much more free space that you can then choose to make the most of.

The influencer told her 89.3k followers that instead of deciding to stash all your belongings, you need to take a careful look in your storage.

And then it’s time to ask yourself two important questions to determine whether you should keep each item, or throw them away. 

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Emily explained: “Here’s a hot decluttering tip.

“If you’re trying to figure out whether or not to get rid of something, use this rule.

“If it costs less than $20 (roughly £16) to rebuy and you currently don’t use it and haven’t in a while, get rid of it.”

Emily followed up her helpful advice with a further explanation in her caption.

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She wrote alongside the video, which has been liked over 100k times, “It works like a charm!! 

“Detach yourself from things that won’t be life changing if you do end up having to rebuy them (which you probably won’t).”

And she later responded to those who said that if they’d spent money on something, they should save it for safe keeping by saying: “The $ is already spent whether you’re using it or not.

“Better to donate to someone who will use it rather than take up space.”

And her social media followers said it’s changed the way they think about the items in their space and helped them to be more brutal with what to chuck. 

One wrote: “I plan on doing some spring cleaning this week & will definitely keep this in mind.”

Another said: “This is so me. ‘I can rebuy it if I NEED it.’ So far, I don’t think I’ve ever rebought something.”

Meanwhile, others also decided to share their best decluttering tips and fail safe methods.

One person explained: “My tip is to take it all out and make everything earn its place back into the space.”

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A second suggested: “I recently heard a good rule… if you were to lose it, would you rebuy? If not, get rid of it.”

While a third said: “If I haven’t used something in 18 months, it goes to the second hand store.”

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