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Tips No. 49. Reorganize and categorize kitchen utensils.Your hand-held kitchen tools deserve a special spot in your kitchen. There are so useful and you want to have them at your fingertips. Cheese knife, bread knife, spatulas, colander, corkscrew, filet knife, funnel, grater, lemon squeezer, baster, and other utensils can create a lot of clutter.a. You can group them together and categorize them by their various uses.b. Clear out all of your drawers and wipe them down.c. Then, get rid of utensils that you haven’t used in the last year. Try to donate as much as you can.d. Use baskets, bins and trays for storing your most commonly used utensils.e. If you’re short on space, you can store them in your large-sized slow cooker.
Tips No. 78. Smart organizing ideas for your kitchen (Part III).Serving trays, bowls, platters, utensils and the other party serving pieces take up too much space, but they are rarely used. Only a few times a year. However, they are scattered everywhere in your pantry, in cabinets and drawers. How to keep the beast at bay?a. Keep the best serving pieces. Nest the items by size on an assigned shelf. Remember –they do not have to stand on your fingertips because you do not use them so often.b. Throw out damaged serving pieces.c. Here is a very good tip: square pieces take up less space than round ones! Consider this for the next time when you go shopping.
Tips No. 122. Organize your nail polishes.You love nail polishes, there are dozens of them. They are scattered all over the house. And you know why? Because they don’t have their designated spot. If you have an old spice rack, you will find an ideal home for your nail polishes. You can also store essential oils there. You may paint this spice rack using a color of choice.