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Easy Under-the-Sink Storage Ideas

No matter what you store there, these simple tricks and foolproof strategies will keep that area in tip-top shape. 

Kitchen cleaning supplies under the sink
Photo: Grant Cornett; Styling: Alexis Givens
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Organize Kitchen Cleaning Supplies: The Tricks

Left: A lazy Susan is the perfect solution to hold all your solvents. Whether you need all-purpose spray, dishwasher detergent, or a hand soap refill, they are all just a spin away.
To buy: Lazy Susan, $25, containerstore.com.

Top right: Keep everything you use on a daily basis in a caddy on the cabinet door. You’ll save counter space by not having your vegetable brush, dish soap, and sponge piled around the sink.
To buy: Over the cabinet door basket, $15, stacksandstacks.com.

Bottom right: Clear stacking bins are ideal for corralling extra sponges and scrubbers. It’s wise to keep items that you use together (stovetop cleaner is nothing without the microfiber cloth) in one spot so you can grab a bin when it’s time to tackle the burners.
To buy: Linus Stacking Bin, starting at $5, containerstore.com.

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