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How to clean my garage
Call 1-800-Junk or rent a U-Haul and schlep all the stuff to some local “charity” and donate your tax deduction to a yiddeshe mosdos.
First, take EVERYTHING out of the garage.
Then sweep and wash with a hose the entire garage.
Then -after its dry- put things back in an orderly fashion. probably, many things belong in the garbage.
Start in the morning, so you could do all this in one day and be finished before sun set.
Take everything out onto your driveway. In that process determine, what can be given away or tossed out, and put them by the curb. Plan how to re-organize the things you are putting back in the garage. Contact your family members and friends about taking things for their use, if you don’t have any short term plans for usage. Be mindful of ease of access. You may want to invest in buying some shelves, wall hooks, etc., to facilitate your organizational efforts. Sweep or vacuum the floors, disinfect, and paint where appropriate. Hatzlocha!
It’s the same as cleaning someone else’s garage, but with more familiarity.
When you are done, you are welcome to do the same to my garage. closer to Pesach would be the best time.
you can blow it up, or you can move to another house
Nullify the contents of the garage in your mind, so that they no longer exist.
With a broom
Banjobob speaks the truth