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  • Ilona Zdunek-Bradley

    use hanging shoe rack for cleaning supplies | Organize Your Cleaning Products In an Over The Door Pocket Shoe ...

  • Alexandra Petretta

    50 Genius Storage Ideas (all very cheap and easy!) Great for organizing and small houses. "Repurposed Shoe Organizer These shoe organizers work great for so many things! You can use it in the laundry room for cleaning supplies, in the garage for spray paint and tools, the kids’ room for toys, or in the closet for scarves, socks, belts, and shoes. They are ideal for small spaces because they take up unused wall or door space instead of your much needed closets and cupboards."

  • Laura Gunter

    Repurposed Over the Door Shoe Rack -- I'm thinking on the door in the laundry room for cleaning supplies. Great idea for Jamie on the back of the kitchen door to the laundry room. Save some cabinet space

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Finding a place to stow cleaning supplies can be challenging, especially if storage space is limited. Here, a narrow closet nook corrals essential supplies near the kitchen. Small bins organize bottles and brushes, and a door-mounted holder secures taller tools.

I need to take things out of the package when I buy them. I'd have so much more storage space.

This makes more sense than just throwing them under the sink.

Improve the efficiency of a utility closet by adding shallow compartments to the back of the door. With all of your cleaning supplies conveniently located in one place

Refrigerator cabinet houses cleaning supplies on the side with space above for rarely used items.

cleaning pantry bliss, i love that you can see what lives in each storage bin!

Gasp! The amazing things people do with closets! I don't dream of genie...I dream of this!

Love the back of the door for the pantry and a closet shown on the website

I would just add that you can always put a few drops of your favourite essential oils to give a nice scent. But it has to be essential, not synthetic.

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