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Recently I just bought a house. My first home. My starter home. I’ve started renovating my bathroom and after that project I think the kitchen is a few years away before I am ready and have saved enough to put in a new one. That being said the kitchen needs a little love. The drawers are full of that sticky paper that is impossible to rip out. 

Let’s face it no matter how many times I have tried to clean the cabinets there are still remnants left from the past owners. Eww. 

I knew I had to do something with the cabinets and another layer of sticky paper just didn’t seem right to me. I have partnered up with the Duck® brand to try out their Easy Liner® with Clorox® line.

What really had me interested in using the liners in my kitchen was that they are not peel and stick paper and they have antimicrobial protection to prevent the growth of odor-causing mold and mildew. The liner will not degrade over time and the antimicrobial additive stays active as long as the product is in use. Even after it has been washed.   

Let’s talk how to put these in your drawers and cabinets. Measure the width and the depth of the inside of your cabinets. A tape measurer is the easiest way to do this.

The easiest way to cut out your liners is to lay the roll flat on your table. With a pencil and your tape measurer mark out guides for the drawer size. I was impressed how easy the liners were to cut with just regular kitchen scissors. 

I placed the liners into the drawers and viola! How easy was that? They don’t even slip they stay nicely in place.

I am no longer afraid to just put my kitchenware down in the drawer.  Now here is the true question how long will I be able to keep this drawer neat and organized? At least I know if it’s not organized it will be clean!

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About Michelle Beaton

Welcome to Weekend Craft. Life is busy so I am all about getting projects done on the weekend, whether it be crafts, DIY, home decor, or crafting with your Cricut.

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