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10 Clever Ways to Use Hanging Shoe Pocket Organizers

Did you know that hanging shoe organizers are not just for footwear? They can be used for more than just shoes. These organizers have lots of pockets to hold things. You can get them made out of see-through plastic, so you can easily see what is inside each pocket. Or get a cloth one if you don’t want to be able to see through it.

The best part that I personally like about these organizers is that they have so many pockets. Some have over 20 pockets to fill up. You can hang them over a door, which is a clever way to use the space that usually goes to waste. These organizers are not only useful for filling empty spaces but also for keeping things neat and organized.

Let me tell you some awesome ways you can use the mighty power of these organizer superstars.

Cool Way to Use the Hanging Shoe Pocket Organizers:

  1. They are great for keeping art supplies like markers, colored pencils, and brushes all lined up and ready to use.
  2. Use see-through pockets to make a jewelry holder on the back of a closet door. The big pockets are best for big necklaces and bracelets.
  3. Put clear shoe pockets on your garage wall with hooks or screws. Put small hardware things like screws, cable ties, and nails inside, sorted by type. This makes it easy to find the right size.
  4. Roll up scarves and put them in the pockets. This is great for thin scarves that could get caught on things.
  5. Put winter things like hats, gloves, and thick socks in the pockets on your coat closet door. In summer, switch them out for sunscreen, sun hats, and sunglasses.
  6. Parents, put small toys and stuffed animals in shoe pockets in your kid’s room.
  7. Hair ties, headbands, bows, and bobby pins fit nicely in see-through door pockets so you can see them easily.
  8. If your spices are in bags or bottles, you can use clear shoe pockets on your pantry door. You can see right away what you need.
  9. People who like crafting can use the pockets for washi tape, yarn, or other crafting things they need.
  10. Put cleaning supplies like sprays, dusters, rags, and gloves in them inside your cleaning closet.

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