This is a guest post written by Rubbermaid’s Rose Cohen who works in our marketing department.
I have a very small laundry closet that has become very cluttered. I have had some ideas on how I wanted to free up space, easily access the items I frequently used and have a home for items so it wouldn’t become cluttered. I recently added a hang rod to hang clothing that we needed to air dry or iron before putting away but still had trouble with the clutter and accessibility problem. I had planned to tear down the wire shelf I had in there and install a new shelf system. 3 months later I have yet to have a day set aside for a demolition project like that so instead I used the 4 Shelf Closet Helper. I was able to install it in less than 10 minutes and it worked with the shelf I currently had. The best part was there were no tools needed. I probably could have done it with a 2 Shelf Closet Helper but if we move (which is likely since we are in a rental) I can take it with me and be confident it will fit into any space I need it to fit. I was able to move down the items off the top shelf to where I could reach them. Now I don’t have to climb on top of the washer or ask my husband to help me and I was even able to move things that were cluttering under my sink (like cleaning rags and Reveal / Flexible Sweeper replacement pads) onto one of the shelves. I now have freed up space so I have a surface to fold clothes on right out of the dryer.It might not be a WOW before and after but it made a big difference in my daily routine of doing laundry.