Plastic storage containers are a great way to organize your closets and garage, but it can be hard to tell what’s stored inside and to remove the items. Rubbermaid All Access Organizers solves these problems with a clear, drop-down door in the side of the container to allow easy viewing and access.
Rubbermaid All Access Organizers come in small (19½” L x 17½” W x 11½” H) and large (22” L x 17½” W x 15” H) sizes and are available at The Home Depot.
Watch this video to find out more.
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Jodi Marks: Well, there’s a new game in town as far as DIY project is concerned, and you can actually get your kids in on it, right Shea?
Shea Pettaway: That’s right, Jodi.
Jodi Marks: And that is organizing your house.
Shea Pettaway: Yes. Rubbermaid has an all access storage system, you can’t beat it.
Jodi Marks: This is great for organizing, whether you’re going to be doing your garage, your storage unit, your kid’s room, the dorm room—you name it—even the laundry room. But I think the problem with a lot of storage bins is that, you know, they’re great for storing things; but you really can’t remember, unless you write on it, what’s in there. And to access it has always been a little difficult if you need to get something on the bottom of the bin.
Shea Pettaway: And they solved that problem for just you and I.
Jodi Marks: OK.
Shea Pettaway: And look what they have done, they’ve made a door for it.
Jodi Marks: See, that is fantastic. And it’s a clear door, actually, so you can see not only what’s in there, but you can access it very easily. So let’s just say I’ve got something down here on the bottom that I need to get out. Old time ways I’d have to remove everything. But look at this, with this new design I can just access it right there. And it comes in two different sizes, right?
Shea Pettaway: Yeah, you have a small and you have a large in these nice colors that you can use. Also, if you have sweaters, you can go in and pull them out, instead of going in the top of it and trying to pull everything out of there.
Jodi Marks: See now you have no excuse now. Now you have to be organized. Thanks, Shea.
Shea Pettaway: Thank you.