From sorting socks to storing cleaning products: the $ 1.99 IKEA customizable product that savers use to organize their lives
- There is an IKEA article that can be hacked to organize people's home
- The $ 1.99 product was originally designed to store plastic bags
- It has been revealed how to use it in six different ways throughout the house
Billie Schwab Dunn for Daily Mail Australia
People love products with multiple uses, and love them even more when they are affordable.
Better Homes and Gardens has revealed how a $ 1.99 item from IKEA stores in Australia can be used in many ways.
The publication has shared its six main different uses for the Variera plastic bag dispenser.
The product has been designed to fit inside the drawers and cabinets to keep things organized.
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Better Homes and Gardens has revealed how a $ 1.99 IKEA item can be used in many ways
Your first advice is to use it to store underwear and socks once they have been folded and place it inside the closet door.
They have also recommended that people use it to show their gift paper by storing the papers it contains.
You can also hang it inside the closet door for easy storage and access. Use another dispenser to store tapes. You can get the tips out of the holes, "they said.
People can also use the economical storage solution to keep their winter wool garments, such as gloves, scarves and hats, together.
His first advice is to use it to store underwear and socks once they have been folded and place it inside the closet door
Better Homes and Gardens recommends hanging the Variera on its side and using it to store sponges, brushes and gloves and hang spray bottles from holes
Another tip is to use Variera to group the cleaning products.
They recommend to hang it on its side and use it to store sponges, brushes and gloves and hang spray bottles from the holes.
You could also include a rolled yoga mat and a kit for those who need a place to store their exercise equipment.
& # 39;[You can also] Grow a vertical wall of succulents or strawberries with the Variera. Fill it with compost and use it as a planter. Arrange the plants inside the holes, "they said.