How to Organize under Kitchen Sink
I started with the measurements of the cabinet under the sink to determine which containers would fit.
Then, I made decisions on my product purchases so that all of them would easily fit under the sink. Instead of getting a bottle of dish detergent, I decided to go with dishwasher cleanser capsules. They fit easily into a small container that can be stacked and fit anywhere under the sink.
I bought 1 set of cute bubble letters and had another set that complemented the blue stripe set. If you are using the words I used to organize, you will definitely need 2 packs of letters. I like keeping letter stickers and letter around in general so that I can help my daughter to read and learn letters. Check out this post on How to Make Fabric Letters & Teach a Child to Read. We have them on our fridge to help teach her,
I used the word “clean” for large cleaning supplies, “zip” for freezer bags, “dish” for dishwasher cleanser capsules, “outdoor” for black garbage bags, “old” for sponges I have used before, “new” for unused sponges, “hand” for refill hand soup, “bag” for white garbage bags.
Child Proof Container
We like to have 2 lines of defense! While you are getting ready for family to visit for the holidays, it is nice to have the cabinets organized. Here are 5 Genius Ways to Get your Kitchen Ready for the Holiday Season.
Have you been able to use this post to help Organize under Kitchen Sink? Let me know in the comments below.