Peter Walsh and the roommates clear clutter.

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In 10 minutes, the room is clear. Now it's time to go through what the boys want to keep. Peter uses bins to help them sort what's left into the four main uses, or zones, of the room—clothing, entertainment, food and studying.

Peter also sets up clothing racks for each of the boys—who make a surprising discovery as they start hanging their clothes. Because they couldn't find the items of clothing they needed, they spent a lot of money buying replacements. "I don't think I need 15 undershirts," Joe says.

When the room is finally clear, the frat house hallway is lined with stuff. "You get everything out of the room to start with, and then you can start building upon the space you want," Peter says.
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FROM: Oprah's Clean Up Your Messy House Tour: Atlanta
Published on April 13, 2009

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