6 Genius Hacks That Will Keep Your Fridge Organized
Some rhyme and reason for your mess and clutter.
You rummage through your refrigerator multiple times a day. So, why not organize it like you would any other room in your home?
Fridge organization is essential to a hassle-free snack and meal time. Instead of organizing shelves the way you have your whole life, which could mean throwing things in where they fit, upgrade to a storage system that makes sense! These refrigerator hacks from Do It On A Dime will make your life easier and keep your food fresher longer. The following storage supplies can all be found at the dollar store, so you'll be saving money, too.
1. Paper FilesImage courtesy of Do It On A Dime
Use paper files to corral similar items such as cheese sticks, yogurts, or butter. These fit nicely in short middle shelves. If you want to bump it up a notch, add labels to the files!
2. PlacematsImage courtesy of Do It On A Dime
Dress up your refrigerator while keeping it sparkling clean by lining the shelves with placemats. When an accidental spill occurs, simply remove the mat, wipe it down, and return it back on the shelf! You can also use cling wrap to protect the shelves from spills and splatters.
3. TurntableImage courtesy of Do It On A Dime
Stop pushing all your containers around in a jumble. Using a turntable in the refrigerator gives you easy access to all your favorite grab-and-go goodies. This blogger prefers to keep her Mason jar salads on the spinning platform.
4. BasketsImage courtesy of Do It On A Dime
Prevent your fruit from bruising by keeping baskets in your fruit drawer. This organization hack will not only group alike foods together, but it will also stop your apples from tumbling over when you reach for an orange!
5. Dish PanImage courtesy of Do It On A Dime
Use a shallow plastic dish pan in your deli meat drawer to hold all your lunch essentials for the week. Not only will it keep everything together, but if one of the bags of turkey leaks, the juice won't spill onto the rest of your food.
6. Door StorageImage courtesy of Do It On A Dime
Take advantage of the removable shelf on your refrigerator door. This is where you should store all dressings and condiments. When dinner is ready, remove the shelf and bring all the bottles to the table at one time.
These helpful hacks will bring your refrigerator organization to the next level. See how to do these and more tips from Do It On a Dime in the video below: