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Where do I get the manual instructions for the Main stays double hanging closet organizer?

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I saw that you put this problem under as a shoe problem, but it is more of a assembling or hardware type problem. Changing the category from a show problem to something more suitable can help you get the problem answered sooner and by a non shoe expert.

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I went too a big box store and got a pkg of those hangers that they use to hang closet organizers up with , they look near identical to them , a little snip here and there and they fit perfect , or you could order them from your machines mfg.

Sep 02, 2015 | Dishwashers

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Help - My Bedroom Doesn't Have a Closet for Hanging Clothes



Most bedrooms come with built in furniture closets for hanging clothes. But sometimes you come across apartments that don't have any facilities.
Here are some suggestions for what to do if you bedroom is lacking in a hanging space.

1. Check out some of the cheaper furniture stores. You might find that you can pick up a closet for a lot less money than you realized.

2. Buy a moveable fold-up closet. You can get ones made of canvas or plastic that can be folded up and packed away when you don't need them. They're not as stable as wooden closets but make a great temporary solution.

3. Use a shower rail or pole that you can attach to 2 sides of a wall. This can provide a secure hanging space without needing a big purchase.

on Dec 16, 2013 | Retail Supplies

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Tips for an organized kitchen


As we probably all would rather a clean, organized kitchen rather than a chaotic one, here are some tips that i found very useful for my own kitchen.
Some i kind of gave for garanted, others were actually more useful and creative, but i included them all anyway. Hope you find this tip useful.

Hang.
First thing, i realized that by hanging all that is hang-able i saved a lot of space and at the same time decorated my kitchen. I started hanging colorful cloths, aperones, mats, pot-holders, match boxes, ladles, all in strategic places, where i knew i would need these objects. But at the same time i saved lots of room in drawers and closets. I even found a way to hang small hooks inside my pots closet, and hang there my pots lids. They now happily hover over their other halves, without taking away any useful space.

Lazy Susan.
Another interesting idea that i found online is to place all the objects that leak or that need frequent cleaning, on a Lazy Susan. This method provides at the same time a surface easy to clean, and a gathering location for all the jars and bottles like honey, salt and pepper, jams, oil etc

Store Smart.
There are two ways of storing objects. Be it ingredients or tools, pots and pans or plates, they need to be stored in a smart way.
One option is storing according to type. Grouping similar objects.
All canned food together. All pasta, rice and grains together. Plates, bowls and cups together. Pots and pans etc. This way you will know exactly where to look for something you need and be sure to find it according to logic. This method is very good for big kitchens, with lots of storage space.
Another option is to store according to need. This can either be the main method or it can be added to the previous storing method. It allows you to make sure that all the objects or ingredients that you use the most are easy to find and reach. For example all the sweet ingredients or everything you need for decorating desserts could be stored in a cabinet on the side, while sugar and flour could be stored in a central cabinet, easy to reach, together with salt and oil for example.
Another important thing is storing in good locations. For example plastic bags and wrapping materials should be stored near the fridge, to enable a quick storage of leftovers. Or pots and pans, as well as utensils, should be close to the stove. Kitchen cloths near the sink, etc.

Use Baskets.
Small objects often cause clutter and chaos in open spaces. Use pretty rattan baskets to keep small objects well organized, and improve the looks of your kitchen.

Cart.
Using carts can be useful and pretty at the same time. By using a nice cart you can both easily and prettily deliver foods to the table, and also carry heavy objects from place to place without effort.

on Nov 14, 2013 | Home

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What's a Kitchen Organizer?


A kitchen organizer is any kind of closet, shelf or drawer in the kitchen, and sometimes in the fridge, that help organizing and putting in order tools, food and utensils. It is especially useful in full kitchens, both big and small, where there is a need to separate a lot of tools and organize foods, pots, pans and ingredients that otherwise would be hard to find, or would be very chaotic.

Oct 20, 2013 | Home

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How do closet organizers work?


its basically just a system of shelves, hooks, and hangers, usually made of wood or wire. they help to organize because you will have a place to put shoes, shirts, etc. in a specific place rather than just in a mess

Jan 28, 2013 | Home

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Does anyone know a good website to browse different closet options?


i went to home depot and they had a great closet/storage section with lots of options. you can see some of them here:

http://www.homedepot.com/Storage-Organization-Closet-Storage/h_d1/N-5yc1vZc1x1/h_d2/Navigation?catalogId=10053&Nu=P_PARENT_ID&langId=-1&storeId=10051&omni=c_Closet%20Storage&searchNav=true

Jan 28, 2013 | Home

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Where can I get assembly instructions for the rubbermaid 60" garment organizers? I was recently reassigned from one military post to another and the movers disassembled the closets, but I threw away...


I saw that you put this problem under as a shoe problem, but it is more of a assembling or hardware type problem. Changing the category from a show problem to something more suitable can help you get the problem answered sooner and by a non shoe expert.

May 19, 2011 | Clothing Accessories

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