10 Things Under $10 That Will Keep Your Kitchen WAY More Organized
There's nothing more satisfying than a tidy kitchen! Take your kitchen organization to the next level with these affordable products.
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Say goodbye to shuffling through your freezer in search of frozen chicken breasts again, thanks to these food freezer labels. The labels come off easily (even when they’re cold!) and don’t leave adhesive residue on your containers that you have to scrub off later. Make sure you know how to defrost chicken the right way, while you’re at it.
These simple tiered shelves are another way to make the contents of your kitchen cabinets more accessible. The three steps are perfect for staggering spices, canned goods and condiments to ensure they’re always easy to reach. Plus, you can choose the color of the shelf treads to match your kitchen’s color scheme, whether it’s pistachio, cream, blue or gray. Having the organized shelf space makes it easy to follow a 7-day meal plan using canned food!
This storage rack can help keep your cookware lids organized and tidy. Whether you keep it on your countertop or in a cabinet, the lids of up to six pots and pans will be easily within reach.
Maximize space in your fridge with a stackable egg storage bin. This plastic container comes with a lid that allows you to store objects on top of your eggs to make the most of every inch of fridge space. Find more organizing tips to transform your refrigerator.
Even if you bring cute reusable grocery bags to the store, chances are you still end up with a few plastic bags. Keep them organized with a grocery bag holder, which lets you easily pull out one bag at a time.
Your kitchen sponge and dish brush will always be close by with this sponge and brush holder. Just suction it to the side of your sink for easy access—and don’t forget to regularly swap out your sponge for a clean one.