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    27 Products To Help You Find A Place For All The Random Things Scattered Around Your Home

    Including genius size labels for your bed sheets, a magnetic tray for bobby pins, and more.

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    1. A flexible, silicone kitchen sink organizer that'll neatly hold your sponge, dish soap, hand soap, and more. (I can't be the only one who gets annoyed when my roommate leaves a wet sponge just sitting on the counter!) And it wipes clean since it's made of silicone so you don't have to worry about yucky mold and mildew.

    The organizer holding a sponge, dish soap, and hand soap

    2. A pack of hanging vacuum bags if you're already dreading having to store all your heavy winter coats come March. With these bags, you can vacuum all the air out so they take up a fraction of your closet space. And you can do this while they're on the hanger instead of trying to fold and smush them in a regular vacuum bag.

    3. A 15-piece set of airtight food containers for helping you achieve a pantry that looks like Clea and Joanna from The Home Edit stopped by. Sure, pasta is great and all but aren't you tired of buying boxes of spaghetti only to realize you had an unopened box shoved in the back of your cupboard? This'll help you figure out what you do and don't have at a glance.

    4. A set of stainless-steel S-shaped hangers because you can basically only fit like three pairs of pants in your drawer before there's no room left. These'll maximize hanging space so you can store all your pants neatly in the closet and use the valuable drawer space for other clothes.

    five pairs of pants on the s-shaped hanger

    5. A broom and mop organizer so the precariously balanced pile of cleaning supplies don't come tumbling down the minute you grab your Swiffer.

    reviewer photo showing the organizer with a broom, Swiffer, and even a drill attached to it

    6. An under-cabinet drawer to hold your bottles of cleaners *and* to store smaller supplies like sponges, brushes, and cleaning cloths.

    A reviewer pulls out their drawer to reveal three sponges, four magic erasers, two handheld scrub brushes, one dish brush, four folded dish cloths, and a folded drying pad all neatly arranged

    7. A nail polish organizer that'll house your polishes in a way that lets you see exactly what shades you own — and which ones you don't and will unfortunately have to get ASAP. I don't make the rules!

    The clear plastic case holding rows of essie nail polish

    8. A rolling laundry sorter if you've definitely given up halfway through separating your towels from your delicates and just tossed the whole load into the washer. *looks around nervously* Heh heh! Not me! I would never!

    reviewer photo showing laundry organizer that they stenciled with the words dark, color, white, and towel

    9. A jewelry cabinet cleverly disguised as a mirror for anyone who's basically given up on wearing jewelry because detangling the pile of necklaces in your jewelry box is not something you have the time or desire to handle.

    10. A space-saving hanger organizer because you're an adult and you 100% cannot have a jumbled bin of hangers.

    11. An over-the-tank TP holder so you never have to text your roommate in a panic and ask them to leave a spare roll outside the door. It's also better than toilet paper stands, which always seem to be an inch too far away whenever you reach for the roll.

    The holder hanging from the toilet bowl with three rolls inside it

    12. Sheet Keeper, an elastic band labeled with a sheet size to prevent any confusion the next time you go to the linen closet looking for the sheets for the guest bedroom. You'll be able to quickly and clearly see which sheets are the full set — aka the guest bedroom sheets — and which ones are the queen sheets — aka your bed sheets.

    The elastic bands on sets of sheets

    13. Or a Bundle Buddy that'll protect your sheets from dust while they sit in the closet. These canvas organizers are also labeled with the sheet size so they're great for people who only own white sheets but never know which set is which.

    14. A two-tier no-drill corner shower caddy if you're tired of playing Tetris on your shower's ledges with your toiletries.

    Reviewer photo of the shelf holding toiletries and a loofah

    15. A K-Cup organizer for anyone whose current coffee pod organization system is a giant basket that you have to root through for five minutes each morning to find the flavor you want. This one fits around the outlet with the flavors facing the front so you can clearly see what's available and what you need to restock.

    16. A silverware sorter because you cringe every time you open the drawer and see your forks, knives, and spoons spilling out of their tray.

    reviewer photo showing silverware organizer on the left of a drawer with plenty of room for other utensils on the right

    17. A plastic bag organizer so when you're packing a lunch and you grab a bag for your pretzels, it's a snack-size bag and not a gallon size bag (unless the plan was to eat a gallon of pretzels, and in that case, you do you!).

    The wood organizer, which has slots for different size plastic bags

    18. A shower curtain liner with mesh pockets to save your toes from an avalanche of heavy shampoo and conditioner bottles that fall from your itty bitty ledge every time you shower.

    reviewer photo showing the shower curtain with bath products in the pockets

    19. A two-tier expandable shelf that'll bring order to your bathroom cabinet. There's even an opening in the center so it can fit around the sink pipes. Genius!

    Reviewer pic of before and after putting the shelf in the cabinet under the sink. On the left, disorganized supplies everywhere and on the right, the same supplies now organized nicely with even more on the three differently-sized shelves

    20. A handy dandy mask holder if you get into your car and wonder where the heck you're supposed to put your mask. OK, OK, so this isn't technically inside your house but it's still pretty darn useful.

    21. A magnetic bobby pin tray for anyone who's convinced that the Bobby Pin Bermuda Triangle is located at your apartment's exact coordinates. I bet if you run this bad boy over your carpet it would pick up more than a few lost hair pins.

    a set of bobby pins sitting in a blue container that looks similar to a plastic soap dish

    22. An expandable honeycomb drawer organizer because you know what's really cool? Being able to find a matching pair of socks.

    23. A makeup sponge organizer so your clean sponges aren't contaminated by your dirty bathroom counter. It's also great for holding sponges as they dry.

    The clear organizer with different size slots holding makeup sponges in different sizes

    24. An electrical outlet cover with a power strip to organize cluttered cords stat. It's also pretty great if you want to push your furniture right up against the wall but can't because your phone charger adapter is in the way.

    25. A pack of five desk drawer organizers that'll create a little home for all your stationery, makeup, or bathroom products. You can find the arrangement that works best for your drawers!

    26. A set of grocery organizers if you've lost many, many ingredients over the years in the black hole that is your fridge. Create a designated space for your foods and you'll never spend 15 minutes rummaging through every drawer trying to find the jar of sour cream you're 1,000% sure you bought for taco night.

    A customer's fridge filled with pantry organizers

    27. A pack of shelf dividers for organizing your clothes into neat and distinct piles. These dividers provide stability for soft clothes that tend to fall over into one big pile of mess.

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