No More Foods Getting Lost On The High Shelf Or Back Of The Fridge!
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I keep my pantry and fridge organized by putting like foods in plastic organization bins (found at your favorite discount department store for $2-4 a bin). In the fridge, I used organizers for kitchen drawers for the small jars and such.
Bonus! Tired of your silverwear organizer sliding to the back of the drawer? Put a little sticky tack on the bottom and it will stay put!
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Most closets have only one shelf above where the clothes hang. I measure the shelf, add brackets to hold it on both ends and depending on the length of the shelf a center support, if needed. You can only stack things so high and the added shelf lets you put seldom used items and use wasted space.
You can buy prefinished shelves at a home repair store and the cost is minimal.
Use 8 refillable 20-oz Water Bottles. Start off with all filled & on bottom shelf of the fridge, move the 4 bottles to the main shelf. As used clean & place in the drain - a visual reminder of how many down & how many to go. At nite, fill empties but in fridge & move cold ones up. Ready for next day
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