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      Organization Ideas: Dry shoes on metal cooling racks places in trays.

    • Allison Plato

      For the immense amount of shoe storage we need! Place a metal cooling rack inside a large plastic tray as a spot for wet shoes to drip-dry, without making a mess on the floor.

    • Kristin Kim

      shoe rack tip: Nix the water puddles that are inherent with snowy and rainy weather. Dry shoes by resting them on metal cooling racks inside a large plastic tray in the mudroom or entry room.

    • Ana Cole

      Drop shoes at the door to help keep your home clean. If you designate a spot, the rule is more likely to be remembered and followed. For a thrifty storage solution, place a metal cooling rack on a large plastic tray for wet shoes to drip-dry.

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