Best kitchen storage accessories according to redditors

We found 244 Reddit comments discussing the best kitchen storage accessories. We ranked the 109 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Kitchen Storage Accessories:

u/Croughman · 113 pointsr/pics
u/britishpolarbear · 94 pointsr/AmItheAsshole

A fridge lockbox is something like this, which would sit on a shelf inside a kitchen fridge.

We don't know how the roommate conversation went, beyond OP saying Mary called a meeting and explained her problem, and asked for their help. I doubt she offered this as a solution, but it's pretty reasonable to think that OP could at least make an alternate suggestions rather than just "no". Based on the content of the post I don't think she would've disagreed with this approach, and that she may have been willing to pay towards it, since further down she "agreed she'd pay for everything and that she was in the wrong."

u/frenchfrites · 71 pointsr/Cooking

I can help with this one! First off, good on you for making a lifestyle change! A few points and suggestions to start:

I feel like for you grain bowls/grain salads might be very good! They're extremely versatile, healthy, and can be tailored by season or cuisine type (Mediterranean, Mexican, Asian), with lighter vegetables, or heavier if you're looking to have a more substantial meal. I often make these for my husband for something healthy but filling enough so it doesn't feel boring or that he's not eating something fun and delicious. They also generally hold up very well if you prep them the night before (which I do). Some things to add to the bowl:

-tons of misc raw vegetables/fruit (shaved carrot, avocado, tomato)

-cheese (I prefer goat, feta, or blue cheese depending on what I've made)

-roasted vegetables (think sweet potato, cauliflower, beets, brussels sprouts)

-herbs (I usually have scallions and parsley, so I'll chop some up and throw it in)

-chickpeas or black beans

-protein of choice (leftover steak from previous dinners, chicken, turkey, shrimp, salmon, tofu)

-greens of choice (romaine, spinach, kale, arugula, mixed greens)

-grain of choice (quinoa, lentils, faro, wheat berries, brown rice)

-nuts (great for crunch factor)

-Some sort of dressing: drizzle of olive oil and squeeze of lemon, or a different kind of dressing, like tahini, homemade vinaigrette, or peanut. Usually I meal-prep the grain of choice at the beginning of the week, have a roast chicken to use for misc purposes (these salads, sandwiches, or plain by itself), and roast whatever vegetables I plan to use for the week.

I'd recommend staying away from bottled dressings, especially thick ones like the french dressing you described. That is a calorie bomb. It may not be an easy transition to a homemade dressing since that's not what you're used to, but loading up your salad with other amazing flavors may ease the transition. If you're worried about time for prep, you can make a cup's worth of dressing and keep in the fridge for a week or so (keep in mind that olive oil with coagulate in the fridge, so it made need some time to warm up before portioning...or you can do what I do and leave it on the counter, but covered).

[This GRILLED SWEET POTATO + BLACK BEAN BURRITO BOWLS WITH SPICY CUMIN GARLIC DRIZZLE] ( is just one idea of what you can do for your lunch. Given, it is a little more work if you're not used to cooking so much, but if you prep the vegetables at the beginning of the week along with the dressing, you will be in good shape.

As for other recipes, I am obsessed with this oven roasted greek stuffed pita recipe from Budget Bytes. I'll use this all week long as a snack, in a pita, over couscous, etc. I recommend adding zucchini to the mix (I don't like eggplant, so I use it in place of). The leftovers are incredible and suits very well for lunches.

That's excellent you bought containers, especially if they're all the same type (no more going crazy trying to find lid partners). I tend to use these personally, it helps that they're relatively inexpensive, as it's not the end of the world if one doesn't make it back home. I use these for partitioning dressing or sauce.

/r/EatCheapAndHealthy is another excellent source. This topic comes up quite frequently and you may be able to find some other good ideas.

Hope some of these will help - best of luck!

Edit: typo

u/qwerty0521 · 25 pointsr/UBC

get something like this for your food

u/athaliah · 17 pointsr/weddingplanning

This post has officially inspired me to add this sponge bed to my list.

u/[deleted] · 15 pointsr/whatisthisthing

Plastic bag/bottle dryer - "You can either fold the stand to store in a drawer, or hang it from the eyelet dowel at the center if you run out of counter space"

u/HandInUnloveableHand · 15 pointsr/AskNYC

I put a bunch of adhesive hooks (Command) on a not-prominent wall in our kitchen, to hang things like measuring spoons, whisks, and whatnot. Makes way more space in the drawers and I don't have to rattle around to find them.

Also, those kitchen cabinet shelf things changed my life.

u/ImperfectlyInformed · 12 pointsr/slatestarcodex

Speaking as someone who lives in a small SF studio apt...

In addition to your excellent recommendation on varied sizes of containers, I have this 100 clear ziplock bags set as well as a variety of larger bags in varying sizes. So if I've got something with little accessories, I'll toss those accessories in tiny ziplock bags, then put them in a larger ziplock bag shared with the main item when I store it on a shelf or a container. For example, I do this with my medicine cabinet / toiletries. I organize stuff into ziplock bags by function ("sinus / cold", painkillers, GI, etc) and then toss them in the closet in a small box, to avoid clutter in my cramped bathroom and keep only things I use routinely close at hand.

I've got a couple little tupperware boxes like which I put labels on and stack in my closet. Plus I've got an old shoebox or two for knicknacks.

In my small pantry, I've got these little DecoBros Expandable Stackable Kitchen Cabinet and Counter Shelf Organizer to maximize vertical space.

I put my seasonal clothing into space saver "packing cube" compression bags.

Some of my cleaning and organizing is motivated by dust mite allergies - but ultimately I'm working on a long-term solution to that. So I'm getting immunotherapy to become resistant to allergens and also use a dehumidifier to kill the dust mites.

I also keep an inventory of the items that I really liked. If I bought it retail, I'll find it online. That way, I can sell or junk something with the peace of mind that I can buy it again when I need it.

I do the typical things to minimize possessions: I have a few merino wool items that I wear most often, have a single bankers box for files with almost nothing it it (scan), no desktop computer, store very few physical books, and so on.

For my sleeping area, I use this cheap Zinus frame and store a bunch of stuff under it. That gives me extra storage and it's also cheap and easy to replace I do a long move. For my bed itself, I use a Sleep Number bed - it's easy to pack it into the back of a sedan, and you can customize the firmness to get to the "medium-firm" which clinical trials have demonstrated to be the best.

My desk/dining table is public white 42" high dining table which allows me to stand if I want; these 29.5" Bar Stool fit and store nicely.

On the digital front, I have a very hefty dotfiles repo, use for tasks, and have finally transitioned pretty much all my finances to the double-entry beancount leveraging (after trying the earlier ledger/hledger tools).

u/DeleteriousEuphuism · 11 pointsr/tumblr

I'm normally not one for bourgeois decadence, but buy some actual bag clips.

u/partisan98 · 11 pointsr/HomeImprovement

I would suggest a mix of the normal organizers that just sit on the shelf like these.

And then this style as well which installs drawers on the bottom of each shelf.

It doubles your fridge capacity by adding the hanging drawers and all the heavy stuff can stay in organizers so its easy to sort through.

u/omgitsmechelsea · 10 pointsr/ArtisanVideos
u/dazzleduck · 10 pointsr/whatisthisthing
u/skunkwaffle · 9 pointsr/tea

They're just generic spice tins. You can get them on Amazon or at the Container store or anywhere similar. I just bought a pack of chalkboard stickers and put them on the lids.

u/TheFacter · 7 pointsr/saplings

>Best way to store bud (I currently use a pill bottle)?

A pill bottle is generally good enough but if your stuff is a bit dank you're going to want to get something a little better. I know that when I put my stuff in a pill bottle the smell leaks just enough to be noticeable, but again it really depends on the quality of your dank. I keep my stuff in a TightVac container and it works very well. No smell at all.

That being said, you might want to consider keeping your weed outside your dorm if possible. If you have a car, keep it in there. That way, in the unlikely event you are busted and your dorm is searched, they won't find anything except maybe some paraphernalia.

>So what would be the best way to store avb?

AVB doesn't have a very strong smell. A pill bottle will work fine, I use a glass jar because it's pretty to watch it fill up.

>how worried should I be of smell when vaping?

All vapes produce a different amount of smell, but generally it isn't too bad. Some people claim vapor doesn't smell like weed, but that's not really true. If you're inside and not doing anything to help with the smell, it is going to be recognized as weed. But, if you're outside, the only people that will likely smell it is anyone who walks by right after you exhale. Typically nobody will even care if they do smell it. I have been bitched at once while vaping outside, so some people do care, but I say fuck em. It's outside, having the world smell exactly the way you want is an unreasonable expectation, and vapor is not a pungent enough smell to make a big deal over.

If you want to vape inside you're going to need something to help with the smell. I use a smokebuddy and it works pretty good at reducing the amount of smell that you're exhaling. But, your room is still going to end up smelling if you have a medium to long sesh. Don't fear, this smell is easily countered by a candle or maybe two if you have a really long sesh. I'm paranoid so I also have a wax warmer that I leave running most of the time to deal with any residual smell.

With all that combined, you shouldn't run into any problems vaping inside. My RA actually came by our room (for unrelated reasons, to talk to one of my roommates) last night without me knowing. I was taking huge rips in my room the whole time she was in our living room lol. She didn't mention anything about a "funny" smell so I'm guessing my method must be working well enough.

It should be noted though, that you should absolutely never grind your weed in your dorm. In the 2 years I've been vaping inside, the one time I've had an RA come knocking is when I ground up a decent amount indoors. It smells a lot, magnitudes more than vaping, but you don't even really think about it at the time since you're not getting stoned while doing it.

That's about all I can think of, let me know if you have any other questions.

u/JimmerUK · 6 pointsr/GifRecipes

You can get one of these for a fiver that does the same job.

u/emikokitsune · 6 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

Don't know if it helps, but there's literally a fridge safe.

Fridge Safe Box Locker

My husband and I don't really need it because he and I are really good about not eating each other's food, but we thought about getting it as a gag gift for my father in law.

u/b_Eridanus · 6 pointsr/whatisthisthing
u/golfball7773 · 4 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

They are actually reusable that most of us get on Amazon.

I ordered these two weeks ago.

Paksh Novelty Round Plastic Meal Preparation Container/Food Saver with Clear Lid, Microwave & Dishwasher Safe, 24 oz, 16 Piece

u/sweetdee510 · 4 pointsr/OrganizationPorn

I'm not sure if this is the same exact set of containers, but I found something similar on Amazon and it has pretty good reviews:

Sorbus Fridge Bins and Freezer Bins Refrigerator Organizer Stackable Food Storage Containers BPA-Free Drawer Organizers for Refrigerator Freezer and Pantry

Honestly I didn't even know refrigerator containers existed. How practical, I always seem to struggle to keep my fridge organized.

u/goldensunshine429 · 4 pointsr/quilting

I use command clips for wall hangings.
amazon link but I buy them at the regular store. 2 is fine for wall hangings

u/Eowyn27 · 4 pointsr/Cooking
  1. Get a Kitchen Island/Cart.

    I bought this:

    and now I can store my microwave, oven toaster and smart pot lol among other things without taking the small counterspace I have in my kitchen.

  2. Get those kitchen cabinet organizers.

    I got them so that I can utilize the space in my cabinets that are tall but don't have many shelves, so I can store more things:

  3. Vertical spice rack.

    Now I can see which spices are which and the spices don't have to take much depth horizontally. I place them on my kitchen countertop.

    This has helped me with my kitchen after moving from a large kitchen to a small one.
u/douglas_in_philly · 4 pointsr/ZeroWaste
u/frivolities · 4 pointsr/rupaulsdragrace
u/sunny_bell · 3 pointsr/vegan

That's awful. Hopefully you get your own place again soon. In the meantime this might be a solution

u/Zombie_Lover · 3 pointsr/Favors

I really want a Spiral Slicer because I really want to make home made Twister Dogs. I have never had one but damn that looks so unhealthy it is awesome. Not to mention home made curly fries. Being of Scottish lineage, I am in need of more tools to make fried foods with. Thank you for your consideration...

u/traviesaBBW · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

My plastic grocery bag situation drives me crazy

Halloween & thanks for the contest!

u/MechanicalDruid · 3 pointsr/whatisthisthing

I think they are on the right track. The container reminds me of a baking soda crystal refrigerator air cleaner. And the fact that it's ceramic reminds me of a brown sugar bear

u/SeafaringShoelaces · 3 pointsr/TalesFromTheFrontDesk

They make lockable boxes that go in fridges. I'll edit in a link

u/mbrace256 · 3 pointsr/mealprep

Here are the three I use:

Overnight Oats

3 Compartment


u/ghettohaxor · 3 pointsr/trees
u/nayohmerae · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

You may need this grocery bag organizer to keep your kitchen organized, it would really help after a good shopping trip! Plus it encourages reusing grocery bags. I use them to dispose of scooped dirty kitty litter.

Or you may need these Star Wars Drapes because Star Wars!

Thanks for the contest!

u/tramitesVzla · 2 pointsr/vzla

La única otra solución que se me ocurre es que tengas tu propia nevera en tu habitación o consigas/mandes a hacer alguna caja a la que puedas colocar una cadena o un candado (ni idea de cuánto costaría comprar o hacer algo así).

En Amazon venden una pero los reviews no son buenos (aparte que no está disponible).

u/katiejaguar · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I love this ottoman though it is a bit above the price range.

On the cheaper side, i love little things to make your house feel like home:

-this sponge holder

-this oven mitt

-a darling windchime

-or these helpful moms

EDIT: i also find this to be hugely helpful in my household!

u/China-Palace · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Yup. There u go

InterDesign Gia Kitchen Sink Suction Holder for Sponges, Scrubbers, Soap - Stainless Steel

u/ChildishGiant · 2 pointsr/functionalprint

You can buy a single-decker bed variant over on amazon

u/DCbowlofcheerios · 2 pointsr/vaporents

Yeah they're chalkboard stickers. My wife got them on amazon. Not sure if this is the exact one she ordered but it looks just like it.

72 Round Chalkboard Mason Jar Lid Canning Labels for Food Storage, Pantry, Spice Jars & Freezer! Waterproof Black Vinyl Chalkboard Stickers are Ideal for Chalk Markers (2.5 Inches Wide)

u/aria12 · 2 pointsr/Wishlist

This bag holder.

Pooper Scooper

Thanks for the contest!

u/ladyllana · 2 pointsr/Wishlist

I have a couple different options on my "Home" list on Amazon. My current container for storing grocery bags is pretty run down (it is a cloth bag of some sort), so this would be a welcome replacement!

Thank you for the contest! (:

u/Darkneuro · 2 pointsr/JUSTNOMIL

Fridge locker. It's a lockable open basket. Lock yer stuff up. "No, MIL. That's mine. If you want X body wash, you'll have to buy your own." I say fridge locker because it would be perfect for toiletries that may get a little damp during use. Fridge locker

u/yellowfolders1 · 2 pointsr/Wishlist

Here you go! :)

u/Hustler_Kamikaze · 2 pointsr/ZeroWaste

We had wash plastic bags (e.g. Ziplock, bread and sandwich bags) and use a rack like this to dry them.
Plastic Bag & Bottle Dryer

This thing looks cool too but I have no experience washing plastic bags in a dishwasher
Baggie Washer

u/Johnyindependent · 2 pointsr/ApartmentDesign

As someone said, cable management is the key. Also ergonomics is really important, so make sure you and he find the prefect chair. The desk can be pretty much anything that won’t get in the way.
Ideal for you may be putting the PC on the floor under the desk, and mounting the screen to the wall. A good wall mint can easily tucked back or swung out. Finding a great way to store his items (like his headset) would also be a good way to stay organized.

I use this: YAMAZAKI Tower Banana Stand -

In the end it’s about organization and making sure the space is useful, so the design is maintained, rather than adapted and compromised.

Good luck and post pics

u/purebredginger · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Yes I love these contests! Such a Martha Stewart type =) Oh god I can't decide. Just one? This will work! Thank you =) Home Sweet Home

u/MsStardust · 2 pointsr/Baking

These things are pretty useful. They are made of terra cotta, and you just soak them in water and then leave them in the bag.

u/joshlrogers · 2 pointsr/todayilearned

Or just get this Brown Sugar Bear. My wife just got one from the local flea market and I am amazed at how well this thing works.

u/itsbabylon · 1 pointr/funkopop

Go to marshalls/tj maxx/ross and pick up a "spice rack" for like 5 bucks. Here's an idea of what they look like:

u/GeorgePantsMcG · 1 pointr/3Dprinting

Keep it in the sink. You don't want your sponge dripping onto your counter.

Maybe follow this?

u/cia1120 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Of course!!! I like this style a lot My parents have this one, and you can mount it somewhere out of the way, and it's not an eye sore. And the bags go in/come out smoothly!

u/Cats_are_liquids · 1 pointr/minipainting

That's cool. The shallow lid definitely allows you to see the miniatures while they are on a shelf. If you pair that with something like This to maximize shelf space I can see that being viable.

u/TheRambleMammal · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/createitinc · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Little boxes on the hillside. I'm going to have a great Friday because I'm going to the Asian store finally after like a year to stock up on things.

AND THESE or anything from that company. I use these because I have a **** ton of hats and I don't like to keep them in a drawer so I have a rain forest of hats hanging from the rafters.

u/ebooksgirl · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I'd love to get one of these grocery bag holders on my Gizmos list to help control how bloody many I seem to end up with.

What a drama llama!

u/piss_n_boots · 1 pointr/AskReddit

yes, I believe you can. haven't done it myself. I prefer the whirley-pop, which I believe -- as a popcorn enthusiast -- is the best way to make popcorn. also, buy good popcorn and keep it air-tight! the secret to fluffy popcorn is (a) medium-high heat and (b) NON-dry popcorn. the moisture in the popcorn is what causes the explosion. buy the freshest corn you can and keep it in a sealed jar. I also use a brown sugar thingie but I'm obsessed. links here:

u/FrankSonata · 1 pointr/hmmm
u/FEDRAX_ALPHA · 1 pointr/pics

Clean Dreams Kitchen Sponge Holder by Ototo

Just incase anyone wants to buy one

u/katbonk · 1 pointr/AskCulinary

I have this brown sugar bear and it works pretty well. It’s not perfect, eventually if you don’t rehydrate it the sugar will still get hard, but it works well enough for me!

u/ThisBytes5 · 1 pointr/amiibo

Bookcases are billy series from IKEA and the stands are expandable spice racks from amazon.

Book case:

Spice rack:

u/verdantarcher · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

I have limited cabinet space too and found that shelf racks like this are a great way to add extra space.

Hanging storage solutions are helpful too, like this towel rack and storage bin. I also like to hang infrequently used cooking utensils on the back of my cabinets with command hooks.

Good luck in your new place!

u/wolfburries · 1 pointr/amiibo

Ooh it caught my eye too so I found a similar shelf on Amazon with Prime available

u/saroka · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

In my studio I got lucky with storage but I know that I would get this bag holder as well as collapsible kitchen essentials. A slim trash can helps. If your bathroom has no storage, something like this can help. Hang your spices on the cabinet. Use this in the shower if you need more space. XD I use command hooks near my front door to hold my keys and daily jacket. :)

u/ffats · 1 pointr/Showerthoughts

There are actually products made to hold plastic bags. For $10... Looks awesome, but I can't fathom spending any money on it.

Personally, I reuse old tissue boxes to make my own "dispenser". Holds a crap-ton.

u/Irishred086 · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

Thank you!

I'd imagine these prep containers would work great for soup. Or even your standard glass containers would work well too.

u/ReverendSaintJay · 1 pointr/DIY_eJuice

My wife recently redid her spice organizer, going from an upper cabinet to a drawer in the island we built in the kitchen. As a result I got her old organization shelf that fits wonderfully on the side of my desk.

I now have 3 tiers of forward-facing goodness, with products arranged by vendor/name/etc. I don't have a pic to share, but the product I'm using is here:

Full Disclosure: I don't know that I would have paid money for this solution. Getting it for free made it a no-brainer, but I could have easily cobbed together something that would have worked just as well out of materials on-hand in my garage/workshop.

u/tftpboot · 1 pointr/StonerProTips

Wont work. Did the same thing and I had a whole Q smelling like bounce. If any thing can move from the inside of the bag out (smell) then dryer sheets can move into the baggie. I would sugggest getting a Tight-Vac or if you cant, get a Pyrex Brand Bowl. But you're asking for trouble with that sort of setup my dude.

u/BletchTheWalrus · 1 pointr/headphones

After I saw this post yesterday, I looked at the cushions at the top of my HD600 and noticed an indentation where they've been resting on my headphone stand. So I realize I need to get a new stand with a thin rod that will fit in between the 2 middle cushions on the headband.

In addition to the one in the linked post, I also found the ones below. Has anyone tried any of these or found another good stand for the HD6-- series that doesn't flatten any of the foam and doesn't tip over if you breathe on it?

u/AkzidenzGrotesk · 1 pointr/daddit

I'll make one addition of hanging it off the changing table from some clips so that you can drop them in whenever you are changing them.

u/sourasfuck · 1 pointr/trees

Even after it's washed it probably still has some smell/residue seeped into the pores of the plastic. OP should invest in something like this instead

u/numanoid · 1 pointr/Whatisthis

It doesn't create "slices", per se, it creates a spiral slice.

u/Mxfish1313 · 1 pointr/Flipping

Same, here, especially with Ralph's and Vons. About a year before the ban I even bought a plastic bag wall caddy and it made so many things nicer and easier... and now it doesn't work with the bigger, thicker ones.

I replied to OP and said that I actually asked my mom to send a bunch of the old, thin bags as packaging whenever she has to send something to me because she's in the midwest and still has more than she can use.

u/disconcerting · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

this would be wildly helpful in my apartment.

u/Landoperk · 1 pointr/ZeroWaste

This looks like it would be great for silicone bags but
$20-ish on amazon is way too much. I'd probably pay, at most, $5 for this. I could get another set of re-usable bags for that.

u/GSG1901 · 1 pointr/Jigsawpuzzles

You say they are already dry, but I wonder if with whatever adhesive you use you let them dry together with a Brown Sugar Bear, or something similar.

In my mind the balancing act is between enough glue for them to stick, but not enough for messy edges, and it drys fast enough that the moisture doesn't warp the pieces.

I'm thinking drying them with the glue/adhesive on larger pieces of terracotta like the bear might be ideal. (Do you have any old gardening pots hanging around?)

u/FoxxyMoxxi · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

Maybe something like this?

Fridge Safe Box Locker

u/ladytortor · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

Ikea 0757901195440 Bevara Sealing Clips, various sizes, Polypropylene, bright colours 16 x 12 x 3 cm
These work pretty well and come in different sizes.

u/GreatCatch · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Has extra wide slots, good brand, nice look.

Practical $15 item to match your kitchen:

If you like coffee, this is cool: or this is pretty:

I would like anything marked Highest priority (like the emu oil, but I might cave in and buy myself some), but others are good too :)

u/beelzebob909 · 1 pointr/Waxpen

Dragon Fly Essentials Pack of 5 Assorted Colors of NonStick Silicone Dab Containers and Concentrated Wax Container. Flip-Top, Dual Compartment, Store

u/cait4815 · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

Here is what I made for the week, along with some tips I learned while cooking:

Chicken Burrito Bowls

u/VoceMista · 1 pointr/funny
u/smileymalaise · 1 pointr/trees

I got this container for herb.

My Chromium Crusher works well for grinding as well as storing kief.

The tin holding my ABV/stems is from a sampler of e-liquid from Halo. I use the lid to hold the freshly ground herb before vaping.

My gf gave me a little green pill holder she had which works well for storing the seeds I find. You never know when you might be able to grow in the future.

u/aimeenew · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

My favorite is Michael Scott from the office! His character was stupid, demeaning yet desperately wanted to be loved. He was so funny. I miss Michael Scott so much!!!

Favorite quote "you knew what they say "fool me once strike one. Fool me twice strike three"

Oh god. That was hard. Too many...

Boom! Roasted.

Wall Mount Grocery Bag Dispenser, Brushed Stainless Steel

u/xxpptsxx · 0 pointsr/CanadianMOMs

this right here is your best option what owl said, dont bother trying any other way. put it in a freezer and buy a nonstick silicone container such as

ive made rosin from hash before and had issues gathering it up, put it in the freezer for a while and you can gather it all up so easy, plus the thinner stuff smeared on the paper.