So, armed with a clever idea I put it to good use this morning while my kids ate breakfast. I had some leftover tension rods in the garage from my recent move, and while none of them fit under the sink (they were all too big) I figured I could cut it to length and then wedge it between the walls so it would hold. Sure enough, it worked brilliantly! Here are the pictures:
Nice and tidy, with room left over for storage of other very important stuff :) (note: I store my garbage bags in the bottom of the garbage can under the bag that's currently in use so I don't have to store them someplace else).
And here's the before. Obviously, everything was just shoved under the sink with no attempt to organize anything.
So, I took a standard oval shaped tension rod and held it in place where I wanted it. I chose to go front to back along the left side wall because there's no wall on the right side under the sink for a rod to hang (see above picture).
I pulled the extra cap off the side of the tension rod I wasn't using.
Unfortunately, it was a little too big so I just shoved a paper towel under it to make it fit.
I wedged it in place where I wanted it. I didn't put a level or anything on it I just eyeballed it.
Then I hung all my spray bottles and voila!
It's all clean and organized now!!
If you have any questions just leave a comment and I'll do my best to answer.
Thank you! Happy Friday!