Neat Containers for Your Closet ~ Day #11
How are you all? I’ve been super busy helping my sister organize some things in her house while I’m here visiting. She always saves me some spaces so I can get my organizing moves on. I’ll be sharing those with you soon. Today though I’m going to talk about the product Neat Containers. Many of you, after I showed a picture of my closet, asked me about the clear containers on my top shelf.
Well those would be Neat Containers and they are AWESOME!
Caution: Please read the comments on this post as it has been brought to my attention that this company is going through some difficulties and not holding up their end of a transaction. And while I love the product I wouldn’t want anyone to experience any difficulties with a purchase on a recommendation I gave.
From their site:
“Our storage pods are made from a highly durable, clear plastic material. The units have been life-cycle tested tested for open and close over 60,000 times withouth cracking or breaking.
Furthermore, they can handle a wide range of temperature. You can actually freeze the units and they will still function normally without breaking! These units are designed to be lighweight yet tough enough to easily handle a wide array of everyday items from shoes to garage hardware.”
These clear containers that come in multiple sizes slide onto one another and you can remove one without affecting the others. Brilliant!
I use my set (shown above in my closet is the large 20 pc combo kit) to store all sorts of things. From my dressy heels that are only used once and awhile, to bathing suits and coverups, shapewear, wallets, pashminas, slippers, etc. I love being able to divvy up the pods according to my needs. They are so versatile! And because they are clear, I can easily see what’s inside. Also look how much space they are maximizing, they practically go the roof. Talk about using every inch of available space! The large combo kit sells for $49.99 online.
Of course these containers can be used in any closet to hold all sorts of things.
I found a video on You Tube that lets you see the pods in action if you want further information.
If you don’t see the video, it can be found here.
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