This $8 Stacker Will Keep All Your Canned Goods Under Control—And Hides Away When Not in Use
A good organizer will help keep your kitchen tidy, but an excellent one will save you space, too. Great news: We came across a game-changing gizmo that can do both—and sets you back less than ten bucks.
The Partysky Fridge Monkey Mat is a super slim and flexible rubber pad that allows you to stack up to fifteen bottles or cans in one spot—no hardware necessary.
Whether your kitchen is overflowing with water bottles or canned goods, this inexpensive stacking mat has you covered. No room in the fridge to unpack all your seltzers? Throw one of these lightweight wonders down and you’ll have plenty of vertical space. Not working with a proper pantry to stash your selection of canned soups and veggies? No worries. One of these clever mats will turn a sliver of cupboard or countertop space into an ample storage opportunity in seconds.
Soft, nontoxic and temperature resistant, the Partysky Fridge Monkey mat is safe to use anywhere—even on glass—since it won’t scratch up any surface. Plus, it’s 100-percent dishwasher-friendly, meaning you can just throw it in with the rest of your dirty dishes whenever it needs a clean.
But the best thing about this clever solution is that it’s small (only a foot long and three-and-half inches wide) and foldable, so you can easily stash it away in any size of cabinet or drawer when not in use. (I actually keep mine in my over-packed junk drawer, and just pull it out with one hand whenever I need it!)
Don’t just take my word for it, though. This $9 space-saver comes highly-rated by Amazon customers as well (where you can buy two for $9), with an average of 4.3 out of 5 stars. “Perfect Space Saver,” writes jasper gumatay. “It doesn’t slip and has held my drinks perfectly over the past month. If it had any room for improvement, it could be one can longer but I have a deep fridge. Buy this without hesitation.”
Bottom line: Buy one (or several) of these goof-proof stacking mats and you can instantly turn a cramped fridge or kitchen cabinet into the streamlined space it deserves to be—for cheap.