5 Ways to End the Tupperware Chaos

See if this Tupperware situation sounds familiar: Lots of round lids. Too many square containers. No properly stored food. Total chaos.
Using Tupperware (and its other-brand brothers) is an easy way to keep leftovers organized, but only if key plastic pieces quit disappearing! Instead of blaming the kitchen elves, create a Tupperware organization system. That way, you'll always have the right lid-container combination within arm's reach.Here are a few easy ways to control the mess: Is your kitchen your
1. Get consistent. Nothing is worse than having ten circular lids when all you need is a square one! You may have to spend a little money up front to consolidate your Tupperware, but it's easier to keep track of everything if they're the same shape. Tip: While you're at it, invest in Tupperware that's mostly the same size. Mixing and matching will be way easier!
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  • Wanda sinnema Wanda sinnema on Apr 29, 2015
    Anyone know how to get rid of the sticky feeling on some as it ages..? Yes its old. but in great shape. the huge light green bowl about 14 in. in diameter and the 4 pie carrier..Can't have a holiday without grandmas pies, that the only time anyone offers to carry things from the car is to peak at them and "dibs" on the kind they want!
    • Ddl7942771 Ddl7942771 on Sep 03, 2016
      I believe Tupperware sells a granule cleaner for their products that goes in the dishwasher. I was given a sample of it and it worked great!
  • Funnygirl Funnygirl on Jul 28, 2015
    Kudos to Jan's son!thank him from me so I don't have to climb into my dated poorly designed cabinets anymore!
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