This IKEA Product Means You’ll Never Have to Dig Around in the Back of Your Fridge Again

published Mar 13, 2023
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Man opening refrigerator. You can see lettuce, green onions, carrots, and other produce in the door. The rest of the fridge is full of food.
Credit: Photo: Joe Lingeman; Prop Styling: Tom Hoerup

While that stocked fridge is a sign you were a responsible adult and went grocery shopping instead of ordering takeout every night, it can also sometimes be trouble. Like when you don’t know what’s tucked way in the back, until a mysterious smell greets you and it’s too late. Thankfully, IKEA has just the product to prevent that from happening.

In a December video, TikTok user @juliasphouse shared an IKEA find that will keep you from straining to reach in the back of your fridge.

“Unboxing my new toy from IKEA,” Julia says in the caption. “There’s nothing better than an organized fridge.”

In the video, Julia unboxes the IKEA SNURRAD turntable($35.99), snaps the pieces together, and shows it in action in her fridge. With a quick spin, it allows her to grab the condiments from the back with ease.

Lazy susans are an indispensable organizing tool when it comes to the kitchen, especially for cabinets, countertops, and even under the sink. What stands out about SNURRAD is that it has a stadium shape (an oval with flat sides), so that it fits nicely in a refrigerator, compared to a typically round lazy susan that might create unused space on a rectangular shelf.

Commenters agree, saying, “Excuse me WHAT,” “What kind of witchcraft is this??” and “My mouth literally dropped open.” Though one joked, “my husband still won’t be able to find the sriracha.” “Or put anything back in the right place,” another quipped.

But maybe you don’t want to devote a whole shelf to a turntable. Other popular storage hacks include this roll-out caddy, a can organizer for all your seltzers, extra fridge drawers, and even a roll of painters tape!

If you need a few more fridge organization tips, check out these from The Home Edit.