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    • Amanda M.

      Tension rod to hold back pot lids in drawer! Great idea! #kitchen #organize

    • Sammy

      Tension rod used at the front of a kitchen drawer to keep pot lids in one place

    • Mary Barbara

      Great idea! pot lids are held in place by a tension rod placed across the front of a drawer.

    • Jenalyn

      Tension rod to hold back pot lids in drawer...or to hold lids for Tupperware.

    • Trisha Shrader

      tension rod to hold back pot lids in drawer, great idea! Bet you could do something similar with a curtain rod on a wall

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