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Using a Lazy Susan in Your Fridge

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If you are looking for a new way to use that lazy Susan that is collecting dust in a cabinet or the garage, use it in your fridge. There are also new ones that can be used this way as well to help organize and make foods more accessible. This is a guide about using a lazy Susan in your fridge.


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July 16, 2014

If you or your family ever get frustrated losing things in the refrigerator, I hope this helps!

I found a large lazy susan at a garage sale and placed it in my refrigerator to help me find the condiments or smaller items that always seem to get lost. It reduces folks leaving the door open looking for something. I just love the convenience!

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July 14, 20171 found this helpful
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Use them in my refrigerator too. There is a lazy susan out there with two shelves, good for storing small canned beverages. I also use an old Tupperware bread container and put condiments in it. When I am looking for something, I can pull the whole bread carrier out and find the item. Of course, no lid is on the top - just store it under the bread carrier.

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January 10, 20051 found this helpful

They actually make one for the 'fridge that has a corner portion that keeps it in place better than the round lazy susan. It is clear plastic and a good size. I find it very convenient!


It was at either Bed Bath and Beyond or Linens & Things that I purchased it.

By Syd

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January 14, 20150 found this helpful

In cabinets, appliances and on tables, these revolving shelves can make food and dishes easier to reach. This is a guide about using a lazy susan.

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