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Show me how you store your plastic containers

Posted by ljcrochet (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 7, 13 at 15:23

I'm wondering how everyone stores their plastic storage containers.
Thanks.


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RE: Show me how you store your plastic containers

An old pic of my drawers. Plastic Rubbermaid containers in th bottom drawer. Things are better organized now.

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RE: Show me how you store your plastic containers

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Edited to add-- drawer is 30" wide and is currently in the bottom of a 3-drawer stack. In this photo, it was the middle drawer. It is a woman's prerogative to change her mind. :)

This post was edited by shelayne on Sun, Apr 7, 13 at 19:16


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RE: Show me how you store your plastic containers

Since we got rid of our wall oven in favor of a range, we gained a bank of four deep drawers in it's place. The top one, just below the microwave is a little higher than the average drawer, (39"-49") but works out well for the lightweight stuff. We used to keep all this above the old refer, but the new refer is so tall, that the cabinet above now is better for seldom used items.

This post was edited by ctycdm on Sun, Apr 7, 13 at 19:01


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RE: Show me how you store your plastic containers

Here's ours - deeper bottom drawer of an 18" 4-drawer stack:

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Above that in a thinner drawer are the rest (lunchbox containers):

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RE: Show me how you store your plastic containers

You caught me on a Sunday when most things are washed up! Through the week I store them in my dish drainer LOL!
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