Friday, November 6, 2015

Organize Bathroom Clutter



Do you ever get frustrated with all the bottles that you have in your shower that are hard to squeeze the contents out of them especially when they are wet? I was, so I decide to come up with a way to ORGANIZE MY BATHROOM CLUTTER in my shower and make it easier for me to get the content I wanted by REUSING some empty hand soap bottles.

This is how my shower rack looked before, which was not bad but I wanted to come up with a way to ORGANIZE the bottles better and make it easier for me to get whatever content I needed out of the bottles easily.


First thing I did was I collected a few empty hand soap bottles that I had. I love using the hand soap bottles because they have the easy push down dispensers on them. Then I removed the label and used Goo Gone to remove all the stickiness that was left on the bottles from the label.



I used my label maker and the white plastic tape to label all the bottles with the contents that I was putting inside them.


I made sure to collect different color bottles because I wanted each content to have a different color bottle. I filled up each bottle and then put the names of each content on the front of the bottle by using my label maker.


I knew that I was going to put the bottles side by side on the shower rack so I put the initials of  each content on the side of the bottles as well so I could know what is in each bottle.


Then I put all the bottles side by side in the shower rack and they fit perfectly. I even have space for one more bottle on the left side if I need to add something.

Now my SHOWER RACK is ORGANIZE and I can EASILY get out whatever content I need out of the new bottles even if they are wet.

I hope this helped or gave you guys some ideas on how to ORGANIZE your BATHROOM or SHOWER RACK!

XOXO
RIA


8 comments:

  1. Hi Ria... I just found you on Hometalk and LOVED this idea! Thanks for posting it. I figured I'd check out your blog link as well. Who can't use helpful ideas? New fan, Bflatblues [aka WearyHag]

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