This is the third in a series on organizing the heart of your home-the kitchen:
All together now – take everything out from under the sink. Clean off the shelf. If you use shelf paper and it needs replacing – do so. Under the sink areas are tricky because the placement of drain pipes varies in each and every one making placement of items difficult sometimes. Again, check what cleaning products you are storing and toss old or unused or empty items. Then take stock of what remains.
Turntables are sometimes useful in this space as it gives easy accessibility to items but might not work due to pipe placement. A plastic bin or dish drainer/wash tub or caddy might also hold lots of items and can act as a drawer when you pull it out to get to items.
Put large or extra items to the back – where you will only need to access occasionally. Add a hook or nail to the side of cabinet or on inside doors to hang pot scrubbers or dish drainers or items that are amenable to that placement. Put most frequently used items to the front. I have a grocery bag organizer mounted inside one of the doors to be used when I take the dog for her walk.