Spring Cleaning in the Pantry – Follow 10 Quick Storage Hacks for the Perfect Pantry
Your pantry may be the most important storage location in your home, especially if you love to cook. Unfortunately, it’s also one of the most overlooked areas during spring cleaning. Make sure it’s clean and organized with these simple storage hacks, including kitchen storage containers in Perth, from Red Dot.
Your dry goods, like flour and sugar, are better stored outside of the store packaging. You can get glass airtight jars to keep them fresh and organized.
To make the most of your space, use stackable containers. They keep you organised and allow you to use the space you have effectively.
There’s nothing worse than having to pick up every time to find the one you want. Use labels to make finding what you need easier.
If you have items on the top shelf, you know how difficult it can be to find them – and then actually reach them. Keep a small step stool or ladder in the kitchen to make it easier.
Whether you use them in your pantry or on the counter, additional shelf space can add storage to your home. Use a wire spacesaver shelf to store small items while still using the space under the new shelf.
Sometimes, you need to move a lot of things into the kitchen at once. If you store your baking goods or fresh vegetables in a 4 drawer metal storage cart, you can wheel the whole cart out of the pantry, making it easier to transport and then use everything you need.
You can use double-sided tape or Velcro to attach smaller items, like spices, to the inside of the cabinet doors. This not only makes it quicker to find them, but it saves valuable space in the pantry.
If you prefer plastic storage for certain items, you can find airtight containers from Red Dot, your favourite Tupperware store in Perth. These containers aren’t just for leftovers. You can also use them as a long-term storage solution for rice and other dried food items.
Many items are better stored in drawers, but it’s easy to add more to your pantry with stackable storage baskets.
Whenever possible, use clear storage solutions. This can help you see what you’re looking at more easily. Even if you have labels, seeing into those new drawers and containers even better!