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Spring Cleaning Prep! 3 Ways Toilet Paper Rolls Can Keep You Organized

Electronics cord chaos? Unraveling wrapping paper? These TP tricks will help.
using toilet paper rolls to stay organized

This year, Spring Cleaning might require a little more effort. After all, more family members are home more of the time right now, and keeping the house organized is not only nice, it’s necessary. It’s easy for things to pile up in a chaotic mess: paperwork, games, coats and scarves, cords, and devices.

At FIORA®, we know that staying organized is smart, and as we always say, smart feels good! It also turns out we’re accidental experts on the topic: there are organizing tricks right inside our toilet paper rolls.

That’s right, the empty roll inside our FIORA® Soft + Strong products can be put to practical use, keeping clutter contained at no extra cost. Below are three fun and useful ways to get your family a little more organized.

Organizing Trick #1

Drawer Cord Organizers

Why:

Because there are about 24 different cords in your kitchen drawer and you still can’t find the one you’re looking for.

What you’ll need:

  • Toilet paper rolls
  • Scissors
  • Glue stick
  • Colorful papers
  • Label maker (or a marker!)

How to do it:

Cut the toilet paper rolls in half. Then, decorate each with a different colored paper, using a glue stick. Label each according to the device, or the owner (for example: Mom’s tablet, Phone Charger, etc.). Roll up the cords and slip inside the rolls. Store in a basket or drawer.

Organizing Trick #2

Wrapping Paper Holders

Why:

Because unraveling rolls make for messy shelves, and crumpled corners cause wrapping paper waste.

What you’ll need:

  • Empty toilet paper rolls
  • Scissors

How to do it:

Take your empty toilet paper roll and cut a straight line vertically the length of the roll. Wrap the toilet paper roll around your open wrapping paper roll, and, voila!

Organizing Trick #3

Scarf Separator

Why:

Because that dresser drawer full of scarves is overflowing, and the scarves are getting wrinkled, too.

What you’ll need:

  • Empty toilet paper rolls
  • Scissors

How to do it:

Cut the toilet paper rolls in half. Line up in a drawer, basket, or even a shoebox. Neatly roll up each scarf and insert it into the empty roll. Works for ties, too!

With love,
Your FIORA® Family

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