Stick plastic hooks on the inside of your kitchen cupboard for this clever reason

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Those temporary adhesive wall hooks offer much more household use than temporarily hanging holiday decorations. As demonstrated in the video below, there are several tricks to using wall hooks, including smart solutions for constantly ajar cabinet doors and even a proper resting spot for your charging phone or tablet.
These plastic hooks - often found at discount stores and drug store chains – offer an added bonus for renters, as they easily apply and remove without needing tools. You're also not left patching unsightly holes left in the wall by traditional screw-in hooks when you move out.
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This flexibility to save surfaces even makes them useful on areas such as tile. In one clever tip within the video, the guide shows a clever way to hang toothbrushes on a bathroom wall. This is great for bathrooms without a lot of counter space and where traditional wall hangers simply don't hold enough spaces.
The video also addresses one of the most annoying household problems - trash bags constantly falling inside the trashcan. With a few adhesive hooks, the problem disappears without any permanent damage to the can's interior or exterior surface.
Of course, if you're looking for a more traditional use, the home organization blog MakeSpace reminds you that these hooks are great for hanging storage behind your rows of hanging clothes.
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