kitchen. Wednesday , May 10th , 2017 - 11:00:26 AM
Your refrigerator is full of wilted lettuce, rotten tomatoes, and ripe-smelling fish. In your pantry are three bags of ancient flour, a packet of six-week-old cookies, and several half-eaten bags of potato chips. There are weevils in your cereal, and ants in your sugar! What a terrible waste of food, not to mention money, and it is not hygienic either.
Spices and herbs play a big role for many people when it comes to cooking and with the advent of mason jars (blame it on Pinterest) we see a lot of kitchen countertops overfilled with jars with those withered leaves we love so much. Using a spice rack thats attached onto the inside of a cabinet door or inside a drawer allows you to keep your spices organized and make use of an unused space, leaving you the option to use your kitchen countertops for food preparation.
7. Remove the base cabinets If your kitchen cabinets are held together by screws or nails, remove these first. Next, remove the ones that fasten the cabinets to the floor and the wall so that you can detach the cabinets one by one. You will have more space to work on the wall cabinets once the base cabinets have been removed.
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