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Putty Holds it all Down

Old 08-06-2020, 07:09 AM
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I thought I'd share a tip that I got from Martha Stewart many years ago. If you have those drawer organizers and they keep sliding around when you open the drawer, use a little putty on the bottom of the organizers to hold them in place. MS used to even have a kit of all kinds of little things like that, which I bought. It's all used up now, so I found removable putty while shopping for picture framing supplies. Putty is also great for holding hanging pictures and artwork in place. Just put a dab on the bottom of the frame and it will stick to the wall without any damage to frame, or wall. I also use it in the kitchen drawers to hold my bamboo utensil organizers in place.

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Old 08-06-2020, 07:20 AM
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Great tip! I knew about the putty (kinda like play dough) for pictures, posters, etc., but didn't even think of it for slide-arounds in drawers. Talk about missing the forest for the trees!

This will be my one thing I learned today and I've found that everyday offers at least one thing. Thanks!
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Old 08-06-2020, 08:47 AM
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That is a great idea. Thank you so much. I am going to try it as my utensil drawer that holds the forks/knives/spoons is always sliding around in the drawer.
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I have used and loved that putty for years. I'm a xray tech and we use it to hold our makers with. I also use it for pictures and hanging my ribbons that I won up on my shelf.
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What a super idea! My utensil drawer is always sliding around. Looks like another purchase when I get to Lowe’s for those sticky pads to catch mice!!!!!

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This kind of product can also be found in office supply stores. Often used by teachers to hang posters etc.without damaging walls. I always had a "glob" of it in my desk. Lasts forever and stays soft. Comes in a number of brand names but they all work.
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Great tip-thanks for sharing
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Great Idea! Now I am off to buy putty!
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Great idea, thanks!
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Thanks for that tip! Better than the velcro circles I've been using for wall hangings.
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