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Easier Toiletry Storage

Living editors, including our own editor in chief, use this money-saving, clutter-containing trick for storing bathroom products: Buy economy-size staples, transfer some of the contents into smaller squeeze bottles, and label them for identification. Not only do the bottles fit into the medicine cabinet or shower caddy, they're easier to lift than an extra-large bottle of mouthwash or shampoo.

Translucent flip-spout bottles, from 79 cents each,

Comments (1)

  • epyllion 12 Sep, 2012

    I started doing this for travel many years ago and quickly had to rely on memory since my labels (printer ink, printer labels) ran like crazy when they encountered normal bathroom moisture or spillage. What sort of labels do you recommend in order to avoid this messiness? Because it gets real ugly real fast!