54 Clever Items That Will Instantly Declutter & Organise Your Kitchen Cabinets

If you’re looking for kitchen cupboard organisers for the ultimate spring-clean, you’ve come to the right place.

This list of highly-reviewed products is for those who dream of opening their kitchen cabinets to find that the Home Edit team have breezed through and re-organised everything down to the saucepan lids.

It goes without saying that rise of from-scratch cooking (we’re looking at you, sourdough starters and banana bread bandits) this year has increased the number of tins, mixing bowls, and utensils lining already cluttered cupboards. So this is the perfect time to give your kitchen cabinets and pantry a little attention.

And we’re not just talking about the lauded spice rack. It’s everything from your pantry to under the sink, potato storage (yes, its a thing) and maximising valuable shelf space. There’s even a solution for that tricky ‘void’ either side of your fridge or washing machine. Every shelf, organiser, Lazy Susan and cookware storage solution has been reviewed by Amazon customers and given the tick of approval for quality, smarts and value.

Happy organising, fellow spring cleaner!

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This Expandable Spice Organizer With *Hundreds* Of Glowing Reviews

This expandable cabinet organiser tiers all your spices, little jars and sauces so you see exactly to reach for.

A Rolling Kitchen Trolly That Fits In Tight Places

Have a void between your fridge, washing machine or between cabinets? This slimline trolley is not only a bargain at £13, it’s going to store away all those tall bottles that don’t quite fit in cabinets.

Amazon’s #1 Best Seller In ‘Under Shelf Storage’ Category

If you have an awkward layout in your

Clever hacks show how to clean your whole bathroom using white vinegar

You’ve probably got some at the back of one of your cupboards (Picture: Getty/

Cleaning the bathroom has to be one of the worst household chores.

It’s exhausting, it’s always a bit gross, and more often than not you can never quite get it quite as clean as you want it.

But, that could all be about to change thanks to a humble food product that is probably lurking in one of your kitchen cupboards – white vinegar.

Not only does the high acidity level help loosen soap scum, limescale and even rust, but because of its acidity, it is also a powerful disinfectant as well. Oh, and it’s super cheap.

The stuff is pretty magic on bathrooms. But, you can’t just start chucking vinegar around like you’ve just got back from the chippy. You have to know what you’re doing.

Thankfully, bathroom specialists,, have revealed exactly how to use white vinegar to clean ten of the most troublesome areas in every bathroom.

So get your rubber gloves on and get ready to make your bathroom gleam:

How to clean your shower head

Pout some white vinegar into a plastic bag and secure with a hair tie. Leave the bag overnight, and remove the morning after before showering.

How to clean your shower

Bring vinegar to the boil, let it cool and then use the warm vinegar to wipe down the shower door and walls.

Keep them damp by wiping down every 5-8 minutes for 30 minutes.

Next, dampen a microfiber cloth in vinegar and a sprinkle of baking soda, and scrub.

How to clean your toilet

Pour a cup of vinegar in the bowl and let it sit overnight.

The next morning, sprinkle with baking soda, scrub then flush.

How to clean shower glass