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If you’re looking for some cheap organizing hacks that you can try at home. Watch this short video tutorial by Hometalk on YouTube and you’ll see your home become more organized and cleaner than ever.
Place the cooling rack inside the bin and you can organize the Tupperware lids perfectly there. Then, place it in your kitchen cabinet, this will make it easier for you to see the right lid you’re looking for.
Grab a cooling rack, some E6000, and a dollar store chalkboard to create a great wall organizer. Start by placing 4 dots of glue on each corner on the back of the chalkboard. Then, press it down, and let it dry completely. Hang it on the wall with some command hooks, then add some ordinary wall hooks. This is a great way to hang your keys, but you can also use magnets or clips to hang on notes.
Grab a cooling rack and some pliers, then bend the cooling rack into a u-shape. Make sure to be gentle as you do this as the bars of the cooling rack might break if you aren’t careful enough, make sure you bend the grooves of the back of the cooling rack as well, to make sure it can sit flat against the wall. You can use it as a spice shelf.
Grab a cooling rack and attach command hooks to each of the corners, attach them at the bottom of the cabinet, then place some ordinary hooks. Then, use it to hang your mugs.
Grab a cooling rack and weave strips of burlap in and out of the rack, repeat this sideways, and cut off the excess. Tie the burlap to each other with a wire, then flip it around and add a dollar store easel to the back of it, you can use this as a holder or board for your recipes.
Grab a cooling rack and clip on some dollar store clips and pencil holders, you can fill the insides with makeup brushes, office supplies, etc.
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