You’re storing your measuring cups all wrong – organization expert reveals easy way to keep track of them

AN ORGANIZATION expert is helping people get the most use out of their kitchen space.

In a video posted to TikTok, the expert shared his top tip for organizing measuring spoons and cups so you save space and don't waste time looking for the right ones.

"If you're always one looking for a measuring cup or a measuring spoon in a drawer, just pop a couple of Command hooks on the backside of one of your cabinet doors, slip all of your measuring spoons on the bottom [row] of those Command hooks, and then do another row on top for your measuring cups," he advised.

The video showed the two rows of measuring spoons and cups hanging in an orderly fashion from the backside of a white cabinet.

However, many commenters warned about the noise the measuring tools will make when the cabinet is opened.

To avoid this, it's best to flip them so they hang flat against the door with the actual measuring part of the cup or spoon sticking out.

This opposes how the guru hung the tools in his video.

To create space in another area of the kitchen, the expert also suggested using an over-the-toilet organizer.

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In his case, he put the unit over his trash can.

Lastly, the expert encouraged people to make a dispenser for their trash bags, which will also save room.

"[Pull] them out of the original box and [slip] them through this wall-mounted paper towel rack," he said.

"Just mount it on the inside of a cabinet door and you're good to go."

If you're looking to fill your home with storage hacks, a single mother may have some ideas for you.

She took a 325-square-foot home and made it work for her and her daughter with the help of useful storage tricks.

Of course, she had to let go of many belongings to comfortably fit into the small space – and now, she doesn't miss the things she parted ways with.

“I’ve changed so much, that instead of filling the storage space I have, the storage space I designed FOR this reason, I instead just want less stuff," she noted.

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