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Insanely Easy Ways To Improve Your Kitchen

29. Use CD holders to neatly house Tupperware lids.

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1. Use empty soda boxes to store soup cans.

Find out how to make it all pretty here

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2. Shoe holders become excellent snack holders.

Snacks vs. shoes, discuss.

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3. Cut off the ends of plastic hangers to DIY chip clips.

Never experience the hollow, tragic crunch of a stale chip again. Directions here.

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4. Hang cleaning supplies on a tension rod under your sink.

Directions here.

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5. Tension rods can be used vertically to keep cabinet storage neat.

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6. Hang utensils on a rod.

Here’s how.

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7. Use an old rake as a wineglass holder.

Here’s how.

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8. Seal plastic bags with the tops of water bottles. 

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9. A Lazy Susan for the fridge makes everything more accessible. 

Buy one here.

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10. Keep thin boxes in a magazine rack. 

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11. Arrange utensils and cloths on an old shutter door.

You can use 3M adhesive hooks for hanging utensils and potholders. Directions here.

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12. Keep your measuring cups handy inside a cupboard door.

And never do complicated conversion math again. Directions here.

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13. Use a liquor or olive oil dispenser spout for dish or hand soap. 

Now you can buy your cleaning products in bulk, or make your own. Directions here.

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14. Use a desk organizer to store cookie sheets and cutting boards.

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15. Use a pegboard to hang extra storage or utensils. 

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16. If you’re willing to invest in a restaurant-style dish rack, it makes for great extra storage.

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17. Store plastic bags in an empty wipes container.

Directions here.

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18. Tissue boxes are great for holding plastic bags too.

Just thumbtack a box to the inside of a cabinet, or wherever’s most convenient.

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19. Store utensils in vintage trophies. 

You’ll get first place in kitchen organization HAHAHAHA.

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20. Use the top of a salt container to make spouts for your jars.

Instructions here.

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21. Keep cookie cutters in place with a paper towel dispenser. 

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22. Turn a milk jug into a dust pan for easy sweeping.

One less thing you’ll have to worry about recycling.

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23. Store knives safely in bamboo skewers. 

They won’t splay everywhere and stab you in the hands, which is always a plus. Directions for beautifying here.

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24. Put a magnet inside a metal tea canister to stick it to the fridge.

Full directions here.

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25. Create chalkboard-paint lids for your spices.

You can make your own out of old baby food jars. Directions here.

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26. Keep small snacks in coffee creamer containers. 

Just clean them out and peel off the labels.

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27. A roll of brown paper makes a seemingly infinite place for grocery lists.

Which you will promptly forget every time you go shopping. Directions here.

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28. Add Velcro to dish towels so they don’t slip off.

Directions here.

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29. Use CD holders to neatly house Tupperware lids.

Oh, yeah, because you totally need those CD holders for your immense collection of Enya’s discography.

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30. Make a wreath out of tea bags to keep them all neat.

Plus now you’ll have A WREATH MADE OF TEA. Directions here.

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