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adivra
Command hooks are the best. Easy to install and remove, I use them in almost every cabinet.
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lsususan

I would not expect a post like coopdiva wrote on houzz. Name calling? The hook is lovely, but I agree I wouldn't put it under my sink.

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lesleycurl

I've been painting the under-sink area of my sink cabinets white for decades. I use Dollar Store plastic bins to contain like items. The bins both contain and limit what I can have under the sink. Works fine for almost no money.

   

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