DIY Kitchen Storage Tips Using Removable Hooks
When I downsized after retiring, I moved to my cozy little home. I love my home but storage is often a problem especially in the kitchen. I cook at least twice a day and need to be able to grab what I want without looking high and low. Like many of you, I fell in love with the removable hangers and hooks a few years ago. I have those hooks everywhere. I love that I can take them down and not damage the walls.
Using removable hooks or just the removable stickers, I increased by storage of kitchen items.
I have over the cabinet hanger for kitchen towel. The towel can slip off the metal and the hanger can slip off the door if pulled the wrong way.
I have a chrome over the cabinet door towel hanger by the sink. Towels can slip off the chrome. If you pull the wrong way the hanger came come up off the door.
I made a knot and started wrapping cord around the bar. When you get to the end of the bar, make another knot.
Now the towel won't slip off the hanger. But what about keeping the hanger on the cabinet door?
Place removable sticky tab on the hanger. Press to cabinet and hold. Wait an hour before hanging a towel.
You can do the same thing with magnetic hangers on the refrigerator. Put removable sticky tabs beside the magnetic strip. Wrap hanger in cord. Now the hanger won't fall off the door and the towel won't slide off the hanger.
Use removable hooks to hang occasionally used tools on inside of kitchen cabinet doors.
I saw this on Pinterest and had to do it. Put your box of aluminum foil and other boxes on inside of cabinets (lower are better). Put a dowel thru box and attach removable hooks.to cabinet. Hang box with dowels on hooks. Take down and use. Easy to return to hooks when done. Cost will vary with number of hooks and sticky pads used. A small long dowel at Walmart was 97 cents. I cut my dowel in 2 for 2 boxes.
- Removable hooks (Walmart, Home Depot)
- Cord (Walmart)
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