Deluxe Kit Case of 6

Reviews (4.8 out of 5 Grommets)

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Neat and clean

6/30/2013 by Nancy

Saw this item in Fine Cooking magazine some months ago and was very happy to see it on the Grommet. Was skeptical that it would hold in place and wondered about how much stuff would fit in the drawer.
The spacers hold very well and do not shift when the drawer opens and closes. The bright color makes it easy to spot the tools. Using this kind of drawer liner/separator means you will have to cull your collection down to what you really use - and that has been an added benefit for me. I have what I need and I use what I have ---and can see it very easily. Will be buying more of these.


Using the DrawerDecor

3/8/2015 by Suzanne

I really liked the idea. My junk drawer is wider, so I was only able to use half the drawer. My husband doesn't like it because the organizing takes up too much space. We went back to square, plastic (I can't believe it) dividers - along side the kit.

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The DrawerDecor Story

DrawerDecor - custom drawer organizer

You Can Conquer Clutter

Do you have a scary kitchen drawer? One where you’ve been stabbed by a bamboo skewer, strafed by a can opener and pierced by a corkscrew? Now you can put your mind at ease and straighten out that mess with an easy, customizable organizer.

The creator is entrepreneur Keith Nielson, who refused to let clutter take over his drawers, craft and tool areas. His solution is DrawerDecor, a DIY system of modular sheets and dividers that can be trimmed and repositioned to fit your drawers, toolboxes and desktops. Each 16-piece set comes with one nonslip BaseMat made from food-grade silicone. There’s
also an assortment of Divitz dividers, which stick to the BaseMat so you can create perfectly sized storage slots for even your most irregularly sized tools and utensils.

Decked out in red, green, blue, orange, or purple, your work area will look and feel like it’s had a mini face-lift. You, too, can conquer clutter and put an end to junk drawer mayhem.
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