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Organising Crockery, Utensils and Small Appliances Part Three

Posted by Nathan Lincoln on 12/30/2010 to Blog

You lastly will want to think about things like weight and height. Heavy items for example should go in the lower cabinets, of course because you do not want to drop them while lifting them awkwardly out of a top cabinet. However if you use something very commonly, then you may prefer wall mounted cabinets to store these items to prevent you from having to regularly bend over to get the items out which can place a strain on your spine.

This will take some pre-planning up front, but if you put this time in to get straight where you want to keep your various items, then you can save a lot of time subsequently as you'll be able to work a lot more quickly while you are in the kitchen preparing meals in the future. If you think about how much those seconds you can shave off will add up, then it quickly becomes apparent that this is by far the most prudent way to prepare.

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