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1.Start by emptying out the fridge and scrubbing it down with a multipurpose cleaner. Starting fresh is exciting, plus you'll have a better idea of how much space you actually have in your fridge. Now is also the time to toss out that mysterious takeout box that's been chilling in the back for months.
2.Divide your fridge into zones so everything has its designated place. You can prevent clutter from creeping in if you can stick to these sections.
3.Liven up your boring fridge with colorful machine-washable fridge liners that absorb spills, prevent bruising, and extend the shelf life of your produce.
4.Clip on a pull out bin so you can organize all the produce you bought after telling yourself this was the week you were going to start eating more fruits and veggies. The baskets are detachable and can hold up to 20 pounds.
5.Install a ziplock bag organizer for your fridge or freezer because who knows where your missing Tupperware is (seriously, where the heck is it?).
6.Add a lazy Susan that holds all your random sauce bottles and keeps your food separate from your roomie's.
7.Arrange your plastic stackable bins so you always know when it's time for a grocery run — because there's nothing worse than grabbing a pudding cup only to realize they're all gone. What kind of monster puts the empty box back in the fridge? Snack time is officially ruined and I hope you're happy.
8.Save your money with produce containers that actually keep your fruits and veggies crisp. Sad, brown, wilted lettuce be gone!
9.Stop letting your food spoil with an "Eat Me First" box. This way, the food you need to eat soon is is in your line of sight to prevent waste.
10.Group your water and wine bottles in a handy plastic drink rack because we could all benefit from some good ol' H2O (and maybe a glass of wine too if you're offering, thanks!).
13.Organize your sauce bottles with a DIY holder made from a recycled egg carton. Store the bottles upside down so gravity does the work for you. No more slapping the bottom of your ketchup and mustard 50 million times.
14.Preserve your half-eaten fruits or veggies with a silicone food hugger so tomorrow's avocado toast doesn't have those sketchy-looking brown spots.
15.Attach labels to all your clear plastic containers so you always know where to look for certain ingredients. No more emptying out every drawer because you can't find the cheese.
16.Keep your pre-portioned snacks in an assigned bin so you and your kids can always reach for something healthy when you're feeling peckish.
17.Use washi tape to label your leftovers so you don't have to conduct a sniff test to figure out how long it's been sitting and if it's safe to eat.
18.Store your raw meats in their own clear containers to prevent cross-contamination. A bin with a removable drain plate will come in handy, especially if you're waiting for meat to thaw.
19.Impress your friends and help the environment with a fancy glass pitcher that takes up less room than a pack of your favorite store-bought iced teas and cold brew. Plus, you'll save a ton of money by making your drinks at home.
20.Prevent spoilage with a bacon keeper so you don't have to fry up a massive pan every time you open a package.
21.Switch to leak-proof, shatter-resistant, air-tight see-through containers so you can quickly take stock of your fridge's contents.
23.Ditch plastic produce bags at the store in favor of reusable mesh sacks that let your fruits and veggies breathe, preventing the accumulation of moisture that causes food to rot.
24.Extend the life of your cilantro and parsley with an herb-saving container that's far superior to the plastic package in which they came.
25.Ditch the bowl of baking soda and use an air-purifying bag instead. It'll take up practically no space in your fridge and make your crisper drawers smell like, well, nothing — and that's exactly what you want.
26.Apply magnets to the bottom of your food storage containers and attach them to any magnetic surfaces in your fridge.
27.Enjoy your fruits and veggies for longer with a produce saver that's as cute as it is functional. Your love for these adorable holders will go ~onion on~.
28.Make room in your freezer with a stackable ice cube tray. This one has a removable silicone lid, meaning you can store it at an angle without worrying about the ice cubes falling out. More space for ice cream!
Now take a take a look at your perfectly organized fridge and give yourself a pat on the back!
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