With April just around the corner thoughts of spring cleaning are surely on your radar. While there are a myriad of tips and tricks out there for the annual warm weather detox, we’ve just discovered a cool new product that could help simplify the process. Sugru is “the world’s first moldable glue,” a silicone-based adhesive that feels and takes on forms much like play-dough. However, unlike the crumble-ready colored clay, when exposed to air, Sugru cures into a solid and securely bonded shape that you can use to hang and store items in your house. Keep reading for a list of fun ways to use Sugru for organization.
Plastic and metal lids for tupperware, pots and pans have a way of being perpetually disorganized no matter how carefully we line them up. Use Sugru to create mini shelves perfectly sized to store lids on the interior of your cabinet doors.
As for shoes, weather you have just a couple of pairs or your an avid collector, you might not want to keep them on display as part of your home decor. Instead of wasting floor space, you can use Sugru to create mini hooks inside your closet door, saving space and making it easy to keep pairs together.
Sugru is also great for organizing small items in the bathroom, eliminating the need to clean grimy toothbrush holders.
And, it can also provide some much needed help in the office keeping cords confusion at bay.
Whatever your organizing needs may be, it’s likely that this handy and inexpensive little product can help you get your act together. See more fun ideas on Sugru’s website.
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