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Tips No. 73. An unexpected way to use a magazine holder.Do you like frozen foods? Frozen vegetables, fruits, fish, nuts, etc. But these bags are scattered all over your freezer and it is difficult to find what you need. Have you ever had that painful moment when you open your freezer and some heavy item falls down on your toe? If you had that "ouch" experience, you know that you have to reorganize your freezer.You can use your old magazine holders to store bagged frozen foods. You can add labels and take your task to the next level. And from now on, when you want to find some frozen food, you will always know where it is. Lovely!
Tips No. 80. Kitchen organizing tips: sink front tray.You know that your sink needs to stay empty and clear most of the time. We have everyday activities in this area of the kitchen, such as washing dishes, cooking, food preparation, etc.This is an important area because you wash and dry your dishes here. This is the area for storing rags, sponges, dishwashing cloves and the other things. You can install a sink tray in order to hold all clutter that often gathers around a kitchen sink. This isn't so difficult as it seems. Actually, you can buy building products at your local hardware store for $20 - $100 and you will tackle this task over the weekend.
Tips No. 114. A magnetic strip – organize small metal grooming items.Nail clippers, tweezers, bobby pins, hairpins and other small metal items are scattered everywhere in your bathroom. Tired of searching for your small metal grooming aids?Install a magnet to hold all these super useful metal items! You can add a magnetic strip to the inside of a medicine cabinet or other storage area. It’s up to you!a. You can buy a magnetic tape at any home improvement store.b. Then, you should cut a magnetic strip in order to fit your medicine cabinet; peel away the cover on the tape side.c. Arrange your small metal items. You can do it yourself!