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Make Your Own Fridge Liners!

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The fridge is a place where spills, goo, and grime are imminent. It's as if food fights happen in the night as we sleep. These easy DIY fridge coasters are inexpensive and make cleaning the fridge easy and efficient. By installing plastic placemats onto shelves and into condiment containers, there is no longer any need for hauling out large, awkward shelves (which, let's face it, do not fit into most sinks). Simply slip out the placemat, wipe it down and re-install! Easy, efficient and - happily enough - kind of pretty!
Check out the blog link if you want to see the details on my "before". Trust me, it will make you feel better about your own fridge situation.
Time: 15 Minutes Cost: $10 Difficulty: Easy

To see more: http://www.suburble.com/2013/03/got-slop-make-your-own-fridge-coasters.html

  • Judith Mantos
    Judith Mantos Chocowinity, NC

    I use freezer paper, shiny side down...change it every 3 weeks. Frig always looks clean and it takes about 5-6 minutes to change the papers and throw out the old ones. Use the old ones as a pattern for the new pieces first.

    • Sunnybrook
      Sunnybrook Leesburg, FL

      I have used waxed paper and it is replaceable very week prn. Biodegradable too. Also it will let light through to see the bottom shelves.

  • No1Womanonthego

    You refrig is similar to mine . I have all my salad dressings on top right of refrig. about 18 different bottles of dressing .my refrig is crammed packed and I would loose even more room with seperate containers. I guess I have too much stuff in

  • Pearl McCarty

    Nice mayz I got mine at Dollaor TREE not STORE. Have yet to use them had breast cancer surgery and I am doing great but can't lift much yet so just doing designing the freezer a crige make over. I also use a permanent marker to write open date on

    • Shawna Bailey
      Shawna Bailey West Orange, NJ

      I use painters tape too when organizing my pantry and fridge, it's a great tip.

  • Reta Green
    Reta Green Ashland, OH

    GREAT IDEAS. I THINK I WILL USE PARCHMENT PAPER, AND DOUBLE SIDED TAPE. NOW IF I COULD ONLY REMEMBER WHERE I SAW THE AFFORABLE TURN THINGYS. LAZY SUSANS MAYBE? THX AGAIN

  • Itsmemic

    Just a quickie ...always remember to leave space between drawers and shelving that is side by side...leave a space on the sides and in the back of the shelves also or the airflow will be hindered . Got this advice from the makers of my huge freezer

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