Neat Ideas for Wire Cubes

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Neat Ideas for Wire Cubes
Use wire cubes in a variety of really neat ways. (cube image by art 3007 from

Wire cubes may be just the thing you have been looking for in your home or garden, and you may not even know it yet. Storage cubes are useful in many ways, from storage to modern-styled decor. They have an almost endless list of possibilities for use, some of which are really neat.

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Handy Cooling Rack

Use a wire cube as a permanent place in your kitchen to cool baked goods. Wash and dry your wire cube thoroughly and hang it on a wall near your oven where it is out of the way, yet conveniently accessible while you are baking. Hammer two hooked nails to your wall, about the same width as the wire cube, and hang the wires of the cube onto the hooks of the nails. When you have finished baking cakes, pies, cookies or breads, lay them on the cube to dry. Note that you have two levels of cooling rack from a single cube if you hang it so the open side faces out. Remove the cube from the hooks and wash it with dish soap when it becomes dirty.

Gardener's Friend

Use a wire cube to help you out in the garden. Store all of your small gardening tools inside a wire cube for a portable "garden shed" that you can carry around the yard. Hang your tools off of the sides of the wire cube when you are working so the handles do not get dirty. Also, the cube can serve as a resting surface for one of your arms while the other arm is digging.

Styling Tool Hanger

Keep your styling tools organised with a wire cube. Hang a wire cube in your bathroom or bedroom near your vanity table or sink. Hammer two hooked nails into the wall and hang the wire of the cube over the hooks. Place the barrels of curling irons and the handles of brushes or combs through the square holes between wires. Clip all of your hair clips onto various spots of the cube by clipping them directly to the wires. Thread scarves and bandannas through the holes to hang neatly until you need them.

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