The Most Popular Pot Lid Organizer on Amazon Costs Less than $10
This organizer (below) does not look much, we know. But according to a select group of Amazon shoppers, it is everything. As you likely know, pot lids are one of the most annoying things to organize in the kitchen. Stack them up and they’re likely to topple at some point; store them with their matching pot and the handles get in the way. But if you turn to Amazon you should find this, the bestselling pot lid organizer on the entire site.
Buy: Simple Houseware Pot Lid Organizer, $9.47
This simple wire organizer can hold up to four lids or even an assortment of lids or pans or bakeware or cutting boards or whatever else. It doesn’t require any sort of installation, it’s way sturdier than you’d think, and it’s less than $10, which we consider to be the sweet spot for an organizer. Again, this is the most popular pot lid organizer on all of Amazon and it has almost 3,000 five-star reviews (that’s a lot when you stop to think about whether or not you’d take the time to write a review for an organizer!). Let’s take a look to see what some of these satisfied shoppers had to say.
“Love this pot lid organizer. I use mine for my pots and pan lids. I am a much happier person now and no longer feel the need to throw all my lids out the back door! So nice to open my cabinet and see it nice and neat. Great buy! Great price!”
“I used this rack on a shelf above our fridge, and it works perfectly. It holds the lids securely, and is easy to remove them, while being very stable. The height and depth are great. It is nice looking too, mot bulky. Glad I chose this one. I may buy another one.”
“Our pots and pans area is pretty hard to get to, so when you’re looking for a lid, it can be a nightmare. We bought this rack and we now have our lids sitting in the rack on the kitchen counter by the stove. It makes everything so much easier. No more digging around for a lid – they’re all right there by the stove. It looks nice too.”
How do you organize the lids to your pots and pans?