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I need to organize the cleaning products under my kitchen sink. The sink is in the corner of the kitchen.

There are a couple products that will help you keep all your cleaning supplies in order. Consider using plastic bins (just in case something spills), especially the ones that slide out to make it easier for you reach. Check out the Rubbermaid  Slide ‘n Stack Sliding Baskets,  and for sponges and smaller items, try the Stick and Store Suspension Basket. You can mount it to the inside of your cabinet which is great if you’re short on space. Sometimes a non-traditional organizer can also help, like a lazy susan, even for corner cabinets. Let me know which one you decide to try and how it works for you. Thanks for your question!

 

Deb always seemed to have a knack for putting things in order, and started re-designing her mother’s room at the age of nine. Fast forward several years later and you’ll find her helping clients get more organized and comfortable in their homes and offices. Check out her website at D. Allison Lee.com

Do you have a room or area in your home that needs organization help?

No worries – the Rubbermaid Professional Organizer Squad is here with expert advice! This group of professional organizers has seen and tackled it all. Simply enter your question, screen name and email to submit your question to them (any organizing question is welcome, no matter how simple or complicated!). We’ll answer and feature questions the squad can provide the best answers on. Don’t worry – we’ll email you if your question is selected!

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3 Responses to I need to organize the cleaning products under my kitchen sink. The sink is in the corner of the kitchen.

  1. val April 12, 2013 at 1:56 pm #

    what is the best way to file cd s and the booklets that come with them….i have discarded and recycled the plastic housings and now the cd s are sitting in small cardboard boxes…there must be a better system.

  2. tom Murry February 8, 2012 at 3:23 pm #

    We have a pantry which is approximately 4 1/2′ wide and 9′ tall. It has 5 shelves. We need to find a portable shelf that woudl fit between the wooden stationary shelves, where we could more easily access canned good, cereals, etc. The shelves are 30″ deep. Thanks. Tom

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