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Cleaning/Sterilizing/Disinfecting a closet
Long story short: Last year we kicked out our landlord (long story) and after he removed all the shit from our storage spaces that he actually wanted to keep, an entire closet was left with old, rank garbage, including (but not limited to) dusty papers, filthy towlers, a leaking cardboard box which oozed something that looked like he was renting the closet to Slimer from Ghostbusters, a bunch of dead roaches, and some live roaches. We threw away all the stuff in there but did not actually clean
it beyond that. So for the past year, it's been a big, empty, dirty closet with shelves that no one has used. Basically, a wide linen closet that sits outside one of the two bathrooms.
I want to use the closet now. I am squicky about this stuff but I want to clean it out today.
Should I just go to town with Clorox wipes, should I spray everywhere with Lysol and wipe down with paper towels, or should I actually go for something like Scrubbing Bubbles?
I don't actually plan to use it for linens (maybe a few towels). Mostly going to store tools and some boxes on the shelves. But I'd really like to make it clean enough that I'd never eat off of it due to the chemicals I plan to use in there.