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  • Jennifer Iversen

    grocery bag holder for the cabinet under the kitchen sink

  • N P

    Hook our Axis Overcabinet Grocery Bag Holder over your lower kitchen cabinet door to neatly contain plastic grocery bags for reuse. The hooks feature padding to keep the holder in place. The keyhole opening keeps bags easy to access.

  • Rachele Hendersonee

    Kitchen Cabinet Organization #kitchen #organization decorate-it

  • Jasmine Kingery

    Plastic bag holder

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