Office declutter supplies are those little things you need to get your place of business “ship shape”.
Your office should be a center of efficiency. It is a place where you get things done, so efficient organization should your #1 priority.
In our new book, 10-Minute Declutter, Barrie Davenport and I (Steve Scott) go over a strategy for keeping your house decluttered that only requires a short time investment every day. This section details seven types of supplies you'll need to not only clean your office, but also keep it organized on a consistent basis.
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7 Declutter Office Supplies
Use cleaning cloths in your wipe down all flat (except for screens) surfaces on keyboard, desktop, phone and printer.
The Zwipes Microfiber Cleaning Cloths are available in 12-, 24-, and 26-pack. The plush, super-soft microfiber cloths are ideal for cleaning tasks in the home, garage, office, or any place that accumulates dust.
You will probably need a special LCD cleaning solution for your computer screens, which prevents damage them or streaking. An effective cleaning solution can be a spray or pre-moistened towelette.
The Cal Clear Pre-Moistened Lens Towelettes Cleaner is a great product for cleaning for all lenses. It’s safe and effective on all anti-reflective coated lenses.
Organize desk drawers by creating a system that groups items together. Pens need to be next to pens, paperclips next to paperclips.
The Achieva Deep Drawer Tray has separate compartments for all your daily office needs. The clean lines and compact footprint makes this an efficient tool for organizing your workspace.
Processing paperwork is often a major obstacle to an efficient inbox system. You can use multi-colored folders to file paperwork based on the action that needs to be taken.
The Pendaflex File Folders comes in assorted colors: blue, yellow, red, bright green.
Invest in a filing organizer that will display all your files in an organized way where you can quickly retrieve any item.
One option is the Smead Letter Sized Cascading Wall Organizer. It has six multi-colored file pockets and helps you save desk space by utilizing often overlooked wall space. It also has elastic cord closure for secure and easy transport.
Another option for a file organizer is a file or partition box.
The Snap-N-Store File Box can protect and organize files, your magazine collection, pamphlets, and other paperwork. It can also accommodate legal or letter size hanging file folders and has front/back label holders.
A few well-placed zip ties can secure your cables in place, eliminate trip hazards or the likelihood that your cables will end up into a tangled mess.
The TEKTON 6235 Assorted Cable Ties set has 200 pieces of strong nylon zip ties. Each zip tie has a self-locking buckle that won’t loosen.