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Building DebrisSearch for and check anything named "Object." Most of these will turn out to be single prim boxes from unfinished building projects and can be safely thrown away. After a few months in Second Life everyone ends up accumulating a couple of these. I had 127 on them.
Empty Folders/Empty BoxesLook inside all of your folders. Most stores will give you a folder with a landmark and a notecard when you buy an item even if the item comes in a box. Move the landmarks to your "Landmarks" folder if you want them, and then get rid of those folders. Do the same thing with empty shopping bags and boxes for items you've already unpacked.
Landmarks and NotecardsGo through your landmarks and notecards and eliminate all doubles. Get rid of instructions for items you no longer have and landmarks for shops you don't have any interest in going back to. This is one of the most fun parts of inventory cleaning because it's like a little look into your Second Life history. You're bound to have accumulated notecards from past drama, landmarks from clubs that are no longer open, and a few notecards with bits of information you can't even remember why you needed. I keep all of this stuff, because I've made a few mistakes that I like to remind myself of. Those who don't know history are doomed to repeat it.