Customer organises kitchen cupboard using Kmart products

Kmart fans go wild over ‘genius’ new trick for organising cleaning products under the sink – but there’s a major problem with it

  • An Australian woman used Kmart products to organise her kitchen cupboard 
  • Jesse shared the ‘hack’ to a popular Facebook group and many praised the idea 
  • But some weren’t convinced and noticed a dangerous flaw 

A Kmart shopper has found a simple way to organise the cleaning products under her kitchen sink – but not everyone’s convinced. 

Jesse, from Tasmania, used several wooden storage containers to neatly arrange an assortment of buys and shared the ‘hack’ to a popular Facebook group.  

‘Making my kitchen OCD friendly slowly! These containers work great for under the sink,’ she wrote alongside a photo. 

‘I hate being able to see the pipe so I may stack the boxes so I can’t see it, but then maybe the difference in height will annoy me.

‘I’ve changed this around so many times already but think this looks good!’ 

While the area looked neat and tidy, some were concerned the wooden boxes would attract mould being close to the pipes.

An Australian woman organised the products under her sink using Kmart products. 'Making my kitchen OCD friendly slowly! These containers work great for under the sink,' Jesse, from Tasmania, wrote alongside a photo on Facebook. While the area looked organised others noticed a dangerous flaw - the wooden boxes could attract mould if exposed to water

An Australian woman organised the products under her sink using Kmart products. ‘Making my kitchen OCD friendly slowly! These containers work great for under the sink,’ Jesse, from Tasmania, wrote alongside a photo on Facebook. While the area looked organised others noticed a dangerous flaw – the wooden boxes could attract mould if exposed to water

‘I feel like wood attracts mould, especially under a wet area,’ one person commented. 

But Jesse clarified that once a product from the cupboard is used it never returns to the box.  

‘No wet items go under there. Just hoping no leakage or anything causes that as I was worried about that too,’ she wrote. 

Another said: ‘Definitely no good in wet areas.. had them in bathroom and pantry.. tossed all in the rubbish.’

Others were inspired to organise their own cupboards and thanked Jesse for sharing the recommendation.

‘This is very aesthetically pleasing. I am the same with multiple products. It makes me feel safer knowing there’s backup,’ one person wrote.

‘Wow it’s like a little mini supermarket. Well stocked up,’ another said. 

A third added: ‘This is brilliant!’

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