If you’re looking for sturdy and reliable adhesives, you know that nothing compares to Command strips and hooks. You can use it basically anywhere in your home, and you don’t have to worry about its adhesives wearing off in a short time. Here are 21 clever uses for Command strips to help you manage and organize your home.
Under the Sink Storage
Keep underneath your sink nice and neat with Command Hooks.
Use them to hang your cleaning brushes, dust pans, and gloves. It gives you a lot more space to store other items.
Tupperware Lid Storage
Tupperware can take up a lot of space if you let them. Use a wall mail file pocket to store them. Hang the file on the inside of a cabinet with some Command hooks.
Common Uses for Command Strips: Mount a Power Strip
Want to keep your power strip off the floor? Affix it to the wall.
Just secure some Velcro Command strips to the back of your power strip.
Keep Your Trash Bag In Place
Tired of reaching into the trash to pull out your bag? Use Command Hooks to keep your bag in place. Place a hook on each side and place the bag handle over your hook.
Indoor Herb Garden
Measuring Cup/Spoon Storage
Are measuring spoons and cups preventing your drawers from closing? Store them neatly inside your cabinet. Hang them from Command hooks.
Some produce isn’t supposed to be placed in the refrigerator.
Use a shower caddy as a produce rack. Just hang it from a heavy duty Command hook on the outside of a cabinet.
Want to keep your little kiddos out of the fridge? Place one Command hook on the door and the other across from it in the opposite direction.
Wrap a string or hair tie around it to keep your little ones from opening the door.
Keep pesky pot lids out of your cabinet space. Hang them on your door with Command hooks. Use the large hooks and slip your lid in between the hooks.
Bib Feeding Station
Tired of having to gather a bunch of items before feeding your little one? Or constantly replenishing your bids during feeding?
Make a little baby feeding station by hanging bibs from a Command hook behind your high chair. You can hang more items but using two Command hooks and a shower caddy.
Curtain Rod Holder
Lots of rental units don’t allow you to put screws into walls. That means you can’t screw in a curtain rod holder.
But you can with Command hooks. Just use their extra large hooks. Some of them already look like brushed metal and can hold up to 5lbs.
Plastic Wrap and Foil
Plastic wrap boxes can easily get stuck in a narrow drawer, preventing you from opening it all the way.
Keep them on the inside of your cabinets instead. Just cut holes into the side of the packaging and fit them in place with Command hooks.
Keep Seat Pads in Place
Seat pads will slide around if you don’t secure them properly. You can ditch those corner ties when you use small Command strips.
Just place some strips around the corners of your chair and place your pad over the top. If using Velcro strips, you can’ glue one side of them to the underside of your cushion.
Overdoor Wreath Hanger
Use a Command hook to create an over the door hook. Just hang an upside down command hook on the opposide side of the door. Hang your ribbon over the door.
DIY Tie or Belt Rack
Keep all your belts and ties organized in one place. Hang them from a cooling rack. Hang the rack from some Command coat hooks.
Hanging Wall Terrariums
Create a beautiful hanging terrarium display for your wall. You’ll need some Command hooks, air plants, small pots, and some twine. Get the details here.
Keep your home entryway nice and neat with Command hooks.
Use them to hang backpacks. This way they’ll stay off the floor. Just make sure you check the weight capacity of the hook.
Gaming Station Organization
Gaming can be serious business. So, you’ll want your gaming station to stay nice and organized. Command hooks can help with that.
Add holiday decor just about anywhere with Command strips. Use small command hooks to hang lights or stockings. Just peel them off when the holiday is over.
Can you use command hooks in the shower? Adhesives in water-prone areas may not be a good idea, but command hooks are much stronger than other adhesives.
Use command hooks when your shower caddies don’t fit conveniently over the shower head. Or you just might need more storage. Hang your shower caddies from Command hooks instead.
You can free up an entire cabinet with Command hooks. Just take out all of your mugs. Hang them on clear Command hooks instead. It also creates a fun focal piece in your kitchen.
There are so many uses for Command strips and hooks around your home. It’s like a go-to hack when you need something to stick or hang for a long time. So if you have a heavy duty Command strip or two at home, make good use of them and try these ideas!