I love my dish scrubbers, but they can be tricky to find homes for on the sink. Even in the cutest container they still just look like a dish brush. Hide them out of sight while still giving them room to breathe and dry properly. Check out this simple tip for renters and home owners alike.
We stopped in over at Tatertots and Jello and checked into the recent organizational endeavors of Jen who caught the New Year bug big time. She took charge of her cleaning supplies in cabinets and closets alike.
Under her sink Jen was looking to keep things tidy and keep her countertops clear. To help, she's used stick on pads with metal containers to keep things sorted. The small buckets are the perfect size for extra sponges, brushes, pot scrapers and more.
If the metal round containers are too deep for the items under your sink, try something more shallow like a thin plastic container, for example the type used to hold napkins. We found these for $1 if you're slim on space.
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