Simple Storage: Use Pockets for On-Hand Cleaners

Simple Storage: Use Pockets for On-Hand Cleaners

Sarah Rae Smith
Dec 12, 2011

It's the holidays and you have a million people in and out of your home. That usually means spills, accidents and the like which require some sort of quick clean up. We've talked before about keeping a kit of cleaning supplies, but make it even easier on yourself and your guests and hang them in plain sight!

This might just do the trick and even allow you to label the compartments for what surface each cleaner should be used on!

We stopped in over at The Complete Guide To Imperfect Homemaking where Kelly has not only been busy making her own pocket organizer (diy baby!), but she's used it in a rather unusual manner.

We've all seen pocket organizers used on the back of full size doors in the past, but this idea is a little unique in the fact that it's not full size. A smaller organizer (or one cut in half if you're not crafty like Kelly) is placed on the inside of cabinet doors.

It's a great use in the bathroom for frequently used things that would be cumbersome in bins or baskets that don't need to live on the countertop. That said, the idea of putting them in your kitchen for easy access during the busy holiday season to your trusted cleaning supplies is a good one. Guests would easily be able to identify what is used where and not have to rummage around under your sink. Keep a fresh sponge or clean cloth so no one goes snooping in your kitchen drawers either!

If you want to make your own pocket organizer, you can check out Kelly's method over at The Complete Guide To Imperfect Homemaking.

Image: The Complete Guide To Imperfect Homemaking

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