3. Perfume or Cologne

Perfume Scents

The chemicals in your favorite fragrances can be damaged or altered by high temperatures. Therefore, you may want to store your bottles of perfume or cologne in the cooler climate of your bedroom. A closet may be the ideal spot in which to keep your fragrances away from sunlight, heat, and humidity.

2. Razor Blades

Razor Blades

The humidity of your bathroom can wreak havoc with the metal blades of your razor. To prevent rust and premature dulling, store your extra razors and razor blades in a closet away from the bathroom. Of course, this means remembering to grab a fresh blade before you head into the bathroom for a shave.

1. Toothbrush

Toothpaste

If your bathroom sink stands near the toilet, you will want to make sure to store your toothbrush far away from that area. The phenomenon of toilet plume refers to the spray of water particles and germs that shoot up into the air every time you flush the toilet. The last place you want toilet germs to land is on your toothbrush. Store your toothbrush in a closed cabinet where germs from toilet spray cannot reach it.

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