10 quick tips to organize your kitchen

  • Do you have more items than closet space?
  • Are cupboards always cluttered?
  • Do objects fall when opening the door?
  • Keep the most used items always within reach;
  • On shelves at eye and hand height, keep objects of daily use, such as cups and plates;
  • On the lowest or highest shelves, accommodate used items, such as a coffee set or platters;
  • Under the sink, because it is a humid place, avoid placing food, being ideal to store pans and utensils that do not spoil.
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  • Food preparation products;
  • Fast foods;
  • Food for breakfast.
  • Top shelves: store foods that spoil more easily, such as dairy products;
  • Middle shelves: ready-to-eat foods;
  • Drawers: properly packaged fruits and vegetables;
  • Port: drinks and spices.

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