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Storage Tips for Cutting Clutter

Are your closets and garage overflowing with stuff? Are your kitchen cabinets stuffed to capacity? You don't need to spend a lot of money to find new storage space in your home. You just need these clutter-busting strategies from our organizational gurus to organize every room of your house.

Storage Tips for Cutting Clutter

Are your closets and garage overflowing with stuff? Are your kitchen cabinets stuffed to capacity? You don't need to spend a lot of money to find new storage space in your home. You just need these clutter-busting strategies from our organizational gurus to organize every room of your house.

Maximize closet space

More shower shelves

Easy-mount mini bins

Optimize cabinet space

Door-back hanging space

Fill those cavities

Giant twist ties

Boost bathroom storage

Fewer cabinets, more storage

Add slim spaces to cabinets

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January 09, 8:02 AM [GMT -5]

Tip #11: Get rid of some of the clutter!

October 27, 4:16 PM [GMT -5]

Lee9.... That is very good point and one that needs to be adressed.
1. You can add cabinet door locks that has a magnet you run over the face of the door to unlock it. The magnet can be stored high up so the child can't reach it.
Also..
2. Get some Mr. Yuck stickers and teach the child that when he/she sees anything with these stickers on it, leave it alone and tell Mommy or Daddy. Anything with these stickers on it will hurt them, and make them sick.
There is no such thing as inconvenience when it comes to child safety.

September 26, 6:34 PM [GMT -5]

I got nervous twitches as I looked at the poisons and cleaning products stored under the sink in the efficient storage bins. They are waiting for children to inspect them.

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