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Frugal Tip: Lazy Susan in the Fridge

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Tuesday, July 24, 2012 | 0 comments
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So who has already thought of this idea? Stop searching and reaching for the items in your refrigerator! Put a Lazy Susan in the fridge!

I found this on: fridgebutler.com

But at $20.00 a piece, I thought I would check for a cheaper option on Amazon. Here are a couple that I found:

Copco Non-Skid Cabinet Turntable
Cook N Home Two Tier Lazy Susan

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So I grabbed a basket that I had bought at the Dollar Store, filled it up with all the jarred stuff that gets forgotten, and put it back in the fridge.

When I told my husband about the idea - he said what he wanted was a drawer he could pull out - to see everything at the back.

So I grabbed a basket - about 11" wide by 15" long by 4" deep - that I had bought at the Dollar Store, filled it up with all the jarred stuff that gets forgotten, and put it back in the fridge.

It works great! I wonder if he will notice when he gets home from work today?

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From our Facebook fan page:

Deedee Warner posted: The Dollar Tree sometimes has these too.

Ginny Flom Villers posted: I need these! I'm forever losing or forgetting things in the back of the fridge.

Sharon Hallman posted: I recycle the turntables out of broken microwaves to use for free.

Angela Mendonca-Burch posted: Love this! I use one next to my stove and put my spices on it. Very handy!

Brandy-Lyn Flanders Pahlke posted: Brilliant idea Sharon! I love that!

Linda Edwards posted: I did this years ago. It is a good idea

Tracey Bowman Kiger posted: Dollar General for about $3.00-$4.00 and are made by Rubbermaid.

Rosanna Saraceno Woldridge posted: Ikea has some also (much less than $20)

Regina Greene-Pinckert posted: Thought about it, but it takes up too much of my shelf space. My condiments stay in the door.

Sophia Upton posted: Love these! I have them and it organizes great. They're also great to use in cabinets for seasoning and so on!

Linda Price Reinwald posted: I've had one in my fridge for years... compliments of my mother's idea!

Clara Odom posted: That is a Great Idea, So the $2.00 Lazy Susan in my store just went up to $3.00. lol

Cook N Home 10-1/2-Inch 2 Tier Lazy Susan - This handy 2 tier lazy Susan is 360-Degree turntable ideal for cabinets or countersCopco Non-Skid Cabinet Turntable - Outer rim prevents items from falling off

 Shopping Suggestions:
Cook N Home Two Tier Lazy Susan
Copco Non-Skid Cabinet Turntable
Madesmart Turntable
Sterilite Ultra Basket with Titanium Inserts
Sterilite Corp. 16098024 Storage Basket

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