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End your kitchen cabinet nightmare with this pot lid organizer – on sale for $12

Cleaning up kitchen clutter is a never-ending struggle. Cleaning isn’t fun for most of us, but when you add in a busy schedule, anxiety turns to agony just thinking about keeping organized. Local diva Martha Stewart once offered a life hack to busy working women trying to keep up: get “2 to 3 housekeepers.” I don’t know about you, but that sounds pretty expensive. Since I’m in the business of chasing bargains, I’m bringing you a more cost-effective way to achieve your goal: SimpleHouseware’s kitchen pot organizer. It might not make your caboose shine from floor to ceiling, but it could be a life-changing purchase, and right now you can get it for just $12 (reduced from $16).

This golden nugget of kitchen gadget is very simple in construction and design, but it can do so much. The shelf fits in a cupboard and there is space between each metal bar to store a pot or lid and keep it sorted. That means no more digging under a mountain of pans and anxiously waiting for it to tip over before finding the lid you’re looking for.

More than 4,400 five-star reviewers have found this handy tool to eliminate kitchen clutter.

“I was looking for a better way to organize my pot and pan cabinet,” wrote one now-organized chef. “The lids were always a problem no matter how I tried to stack them. I looked for shelves and found these on Amazon. You looked perfect. And so far they are.”

“I’m a much happier person now and no longer feel the need to throw all my caps out the back door!” shared another relieved shopper. “It’s so nice to open my closet and see it nice and tidy. Great purchase! Good price!”

This is the key to clutter control.  (Photo: Amazon)

This is the key to clutter control. (Photo: Amazon)

Oh, but this shelf isn’t limited to pots and pans for organizing your clutter. “I use it for baking sheets and cutting boards,” said one satisfied shopper. “It’s impressive! Everything is so much easier to access and looks so much neater!”

If you are creative enough, you can also use this shelf outside of the kitchen. A do-it-yourselfer employs a couple in her craft room. “I use one of these to hold custom paper to sit on my crafting table and the other to hold the tools I use to make cards every day,” she wrote.

Another buyer used it for a home improvement distance learning center. “Due to remote learning, I decided I needed a secure and robust area to charge Chromebooks, and this was a great idea,” she wrote.

The reviews cited above reflect the latest versions at the time of publication.

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