Under the Kitchen Sink Bag Storage

This is a simple way to store shopping bags in your kitchen. 

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Step 1: Simple As Cut and Mount...

These are Rubbermaid plastic storage boxes.

1. Cut the cases with a Dremel.

2. Make some holes for small 1/4" to 3/4" screws.

3. Mount in doors. 

As simple as that...

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    3 Discussions

    Someone showed me an even better way to keep plastic bags:
    smooth them out, fold in half lenghtwise, then fold in half again, and then again. You should end up with a width of about 1" to 1-1/2" wide. Then fold the strip over and over til you end up with a "package" about 1-1/2" by about 1-1/2' big. You could keep jillions of them in the same space as you have.
    But I have to admit, this makes me almost obsessive about keeping the stupid bags!

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    alexypaganzazenergy

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks. My wife used to have one or two kitchen drawers in our apartment full of recycled shopping bags occupying space for other kitchen equipment. With this, trust me, we have plenty of space now, lol.