This is an odd time; never did I believe I would be publishing about a DIY face mask organizer. And yet here we are. I hope this post discovers you and your household healthy and delighted. Living in California, using masks has become the new normal. Rushing to look for a mask before we leave your house has also become our typical! We try to keep a mask for each person in the car (normally the cupholder is a fantastic location to keep them). Individuals are sharing wonderful organization ideas for their face masks all over the internet.
This cane DIY face mask organizer was made with products that I already had at home left over from other jobs. I invested less than $10 on the project! This post consists of affiliate links which suggests I get a commission at no added fee to you. It assists keep this site up and running. Many thanks for your continued assistance!
This Ikea Bekvam spice rack I had actually left over from a book ledge job was ideal for our organizer. If you have an IKEA near you it is just 5 dollars to acquire one. If not, here is an alternative that will cost you a little over ten dollars. I also had an extra sheet of walking stick from a furniture task that I believed would look terrific. I required hooks to hang the face masks so I acquired these ones here and spray painted them gold. Rust-Oleum makes one of my preferred tones of gold spray paint. It is my go-to each time I need to make something golden!
The cane sheet was cut to fit (with a little additional at the end so I might fold and glue the bottom down). I utilized a hot glue weapon to attach the walking stick to the wood. Once the gold paint on the command hooks were dry, I stuck them onto the bottom of the spice rack. The face mask organizer ended up fantastic! We hung it in the garage with all of our cleansing products. Now, we have easy access to our masks and sanitizers when we need them. Another useful addition has actually been putting a container for masks that require to be washed. This helps me keep top of cleaning the face masks frequently.
Would love to hear any ideas you have on keeping your masks at arms length or your ideas on this DIY face mask organizer!
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