Pots and Pans
8 brilliant buys every inch of space counts in a kitchen - click through our gallery to discover Good Housekeeping's choice of the best spacesavers around. Here's the first...Hang it all. Hang everything from pan lids to utensils - ideal for kitchens without wall cupboards. Grundtal system, from £1.95 for an S-hook and £2.93 for a rail, Ikea (0845 355 1141; www.ikea.com).
Love the idea of hanging pots and pans from the wall (can't have them hang from the ceiling since DH is over 6' tall) and the hanging spice rack.
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Martha Stewart - Nesting pots and pans saves space in a cupboard, but you should take steps to prevent them from damaging one another. Preserve stainless-steel interiors by inserting large coffee filters between pans. Nonstick surfaces are protected just as well by soft paper towels. For seasoned cast-iron skillets, use coated paper plates, which won't soak up oil.
Never would have thought about putting tea and coffee filters between pots and pans for no scratches!
The Most organized cabinet in my house!
Cleaning Stainless Steel Conventional wisdom holds that pots and pans should be given a good soak. But every metal has different properties and requires special care. Stainless steel is prone to stains from heat and hard water. To remove them, apply white vinegar with a soft cloth and rub. Always dry thoroughly after washing to prevent a film from forming. Never soak stainless steel cookware; this will result in pitted surfaces.
Spring-Cleaning the Kitchen
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What if I hung my pots in the odd corner where the microwave now sits...and move the microwave to where the pots and pans are stored...???