Just because you’ve read several of my articles on the topic of pot lids, you still may be wondering “How can I finally organize my pots and lids and why is it that no one else has written about this before?”. Well, if you’re reading this article, then I’m guessing that you have either bought or used a pot or lid in your life or maybe even two or three. Either way, you must have realized that after you throw them away it can get really hard to find what you need, especially when you can’t figure out how to take care of all of them.
Even though there are many different options available to help you handle your pots and lids, there are also many conflicting ideas on how best to do it. The main thing that I find concerning pot lids is that although there are a lot of different options available, most of them either don’t work well, are too large for some pots, or both.
7 Genius Ways to Finally Organize Pot Lids
In this article, I’ll talk about a few different ways to finally organize pot lids. Hopefully, you’ll come away with a few more good ideas than the ones I’ll mention here, but remember, this is just one example of how you can use a simple yet effective method to handle your lids and pots.
One of the most common ideas on how to properly organize pot lids is to buy a cleaning kit. This could be anything from a plastic bag to a larger plastic container, or even a cleaning solution that you can mix with water and use as a spray on the lids. However, depending on how large your lids are, it’s not always possible to get everything into the pot as needed.
Another idea you might try is to buy a squeegee and make your own soaps from it. Although some people say that this is not a very good idea, you should do what you want when it comes to cleaning. But the problem with this idea is that not everyone likes to buy the extra soap every so often, especially if you never seem to have enough to do.
Of course, you can always use a laser tag when it comes to cleaning your lids. It’s something that’s usually the last thing you’ll think of before you throw them out, but it’s surprisingly easy and affordable. In fact, you can also purchase a bag of these lids and create a new play space for them instead of using them in your pots and lids.
My final tip for organizing your lids and pots is to make sure that you store your pots and lids correctly. There are some lids and pots that are really important and they need to be in their original containers. And of course, those that you have laying around that are made up of easily washable material, like cotton, are a little less important and can be stored in a smaller container.