I know I often say one is none and two are one, meaning to always have a backup, but shower curtain rings? Then, later I sorted the hall closet next to the bathroom and found I owned yet another box of curtain rings. So, I either had to come up with a good use for the 'extra' rings or I had to donate them to charity before I turn into my grandmother with a case and a half of A-1 steak sauce stored in three different cabinets throughout her house. Yikes!
Open the rings and attach them to a single heavy duty clothes hanger.
These are two good ideas to organize the bulky accessories that tend to clutter up drawers or dresser tops.
Pants hangers are great for pressed pants but you can also use them to double up on space in the closet. They tend to hang one from the other, literally stacking your clothes. In the space you can hang a single dress you can hang six pairs of pants. The type of hanger, above, will allow you to hang a pair of pants folded over the bottom while using the clips to hang a matching belt and/or tie. The type pictured here at the left allows for use as not only a pants hanger, but, a way to stack any hanging prep supply. If you are organizing a surgery, four sheets or table covers can be hung. If you have cammo netting that needs to be deployed quickly, take it out of it's packaging, and re fold to hang making it easy to grab and go. The same can be done with plastic sheeting. No time to wrestle with static and peeling layers apart in an emergency. have it ready to use and easily stored in layers.
Use that bathroom shower organizer in the corner of a closet to store the easy grab weapon out of sight of children or invaders. Use the dark empty space in the corner of closets for storing foods and other supplies.
Small devices like these solve huge problems throughout the prepared home. Use what you have, then get more !