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  • Jeanne Charlson

    What a great idea using a lazy susan for cleaning supplies! Kitchen cleaning supplies under the sink

  • Kelsey Brock

    Real Simple under the sink storage tips: Use a lazy susan to make accessing cleaning supplies easier. Install a small shower caddy on the inside of the cabinet door for things you use on a daily basis.

  • Sarah Zehnder

    Use a lazy Susan to organize cleaning supplies under the sink. I ESPECIALLY like this as my kitchen sink is on an angle so traditional pull-out additions won't work.

  • Sally Redfield

    nice organization ideas for under the sink (stacking bins, lazy susan from container store)

  • Kristyn Stintzi

    Organizing kitchen cleaning supplies under the sink: lazy susan + cabinet door basket + clear bins

  • Heather Goddu

    Use a lazy susan to keep cleaning supplies under sink

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