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    jgenie is offline Diamond level (5000+ posts)
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    Quote Originally Posted by alwayzrunning View Post
    What multi-purpose bins are you all talking about and where do you find them? I really need to organize some things and could use some help! What sets them apart from other stores? Cost, etc.,
    They are all over my house - bathroom cabinets, kitchen cabinets, playroom, office, kids rooms, etc.

    https://www.containerstore.com/s/mul...q=Multipurpose
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    They really are good for so many things and when they're on sale they're really a great deal.
    DS1 - 8/08 - ff'ing in a frontier 85 & frontier 90
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    Quote Originally Posted by calebsmama03 View Post
    I actually wanted them to use in the freezer drawer of my new(ish) fridge but they are about 1/4inch too tall. Wahh! Oh well. Will still probably end up with more.
    You can cut them!!! We got a new fridge a few months ago and the freezer is more shallow and my bins were too tall. I have some hardcore industrial shears and was able to cut off an inch to make them fit!

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005LBMFCY..._xMtFAbDE3D4TJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by essnce629 View Post
    You can cut them!!! We got a new fridge a few months ago and the freezer is more shallow and my bins were too tall. I have some hardcore industrial shears and was able to cut off an inch to make them fit!

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005LBMFCY..._xMtFAbDE3D4TJ

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    Ohhh, I have the same issue, thank you for enabling me to buy lots more, lol!
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    Genius! When you cut them we're the edges relatively blunt or did you have to sand or similar?
    DS1 - 8/08 - ff'ing in a frontier 85 & frontier 90
    DS2 - 5/10 - ff'ing in a radian XTSL
    DD - 5/12 - rf'ing in a peg perego convertible & radian XTSL

    Too many strollers to list!

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    Quote Originally Posted by legaleagle View Post
    Genius! When you cut them we're the edges relatively blunt or did you have to sand or similar?
    No, I didn't do anything at all after cutting them. Just make sure they are room temp when you cut them so they don't crack. While waiting for our new fridge to arrive, I was using the bins in our garage freezer and tried cutting them immediately out of the freezer. They cracked a little bit around the edges.
    Latia (Birth & Postpartum Doula and Infant Nanny)
    Conner 8/19/03 (My 1st home birthed water baby!)
    Parker 5/23/09 (My 2nd home birthed water baby!)

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