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No matter how hard we try, it’s difficult to keep the odds and ends in our home neat and tidy. The good news is, you don’t need to be a professional minimalist to tackle these messes. All you need are a few hanging shoe organizers. Their structured pockets make them the ideal home for any odds and ends you’re having trouble organizing. Here’s a guide to get you started.

Office Supplies

Office supplies can be difficult to keep organized. Instead of purchasing a desk organizer, opt for a large plastic shoe organizer instead, so every last supply has its own pocket. Make sure to house commonly used items, such as pens, pencils and sticky notes at eye level, and less frequently used items, such as erasers, highlighters and sharpies at the very top or bottom of the organizer. Hang the shoe organizer on the inside of your supply closet door.

Hair, Make up & More

Instead of cluttering your bathroom cupboards with overflowing supply baskets, purchase a s shoe organizer with mesh pockets. The mesh fabric will allow damp hairbrushes, combs and toothbrushes to air dry, keeping mold and mildew at bay. Mesh pockets will also make it easier to house heavier items, like blow dryers and hair straighteners. Hang your shoe organizer on the inside of your linen closet, or on the back of your bathroom door, for easy access.

Cleaning Supplies

How often do your cleaning supplies clutter the cupboard underneath your kitchen sink? If you’re like the majority of people, the answer is often! Look no further than a plastic hanging shoe organizer for the ultimate solution. Organize your supplies according to how frequently they are used, keeping the most regularly used products at eye level. Hang the organizer on the inside of your linen closet, or on the door of your laundry room, for easy access.