Organise Anything – with Grid-It

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A great way to organise almost anything.

Although the Grid-It organising system was developed to control tech clutter – phones, earbuds, chargers etc. –  this brilliantly simply yet effective storage system can be used for so many things.

Here it is.

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You can see how it keeps your devices and their accessories safe and organised but because the Grid-It comes in several different sizes, you’ll understand how useful it is for organising and protecting so many different items. For example:

  • Office or school equipment such as scissors, pens, a notebook and so on2015-10-16_2016
  • Makeup and cosmetics – great for in your handbag or for travellers
  • Tools – create an instantly accessible toolkit
  • Craft supplies
  • Kitchen equipment – you can see from the photograph how you can use a simple command hook to hang it
  • In your car for those necessities and emergency items
  • To organise the interior of your purse
  • In your briefcase for business meetings

I’m sure you can think of dozens of other great ways to use it. The rubberised straps on the Grid-It holds everything firmly and securely and it’s completely flexible and adaptable depending on your needs.

There are a couple of videos below that explain in more detail. It also makes a wonderful gift idea and it can be ordered from Amazon.

 


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  1. I agree, Jackie – Grid-Its are the best thing since sliced bread! 🙂 I’ve even seen them used as portable makeup organizers.

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    • Hi Margaret,

      I know someone who allows one-per-kid when they are travelling (even if it’s just a short journey). The kids choose which toys / amusements to take and only have themselves to blame if they chose the wrong items 🙂

      But it’s a great way to teach young minds how to be organised. There are SO many great uses!

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        • It makes all the difference to a Lego collection!

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