A helping guide on storage tips

I found a really good way to store handbags, wallets, belts, jewelry, scarves, socks, cosmetics, etc, etc. I came across an As Seen On TV hanging Smart Carousel Organizer at Walmart.

I was hesitant to buy it because a lot of things that hang from the pole rack in a closet tend to not hold up well and plus the price was inexpensive (made me think it could possibly be made cheap). But then I said it’s cheap enough to buy and I decided to give it a try. It works great for stuff that tends to be lighter in weight overall since after you put everything inside, the carousel will be heavier.

Large handbags do not fit well and neither do large shoes or everyday sneakers. One shoe will fit in one slot.

What I really like about this organizer is that I can turn it 360 degrees without taking it off of the rack.

Just wanted to share a storage tip.

Here’s the link:

Anybody else have any tips on storage that you use for your inventory? Please share.

asked 11 months ago

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That’s a really great tip EmpressDepot! I think i would like the 360 deg. turn feature also. I’ll have to look into getting one of these and see how it works out. I do sew, and think it might be nice for some of my smaller pieces of scrap fabric and other pockets for what thread and whatever else i might need it for. Thanks for the great tip!

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EmpressDepot says: February 14, 2018

That’s a great idea, Misskeech. Glad that the link could help.

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