I’m sharing all of my go-to products for organizing the kitchen sink along with my favorite cleaning supplies. Amp up your under-sink storage and stock it with great cleaning supplies to make doing the dishes a bit more enjoyable ;).
I spent the weekend doing what any organizing lover does: organizing under the kitchen sink!
This is a cabinet that’s been extremely neglected over the past 2 1/2 years of living in this house. I’ve been organizing our kitchen drawer by drawer, cabinet by cabinet this year and the kitchen sink finally got the attention it desperately needed!
I’ll write a blog post soon with the full tour of our newly-organized kitchen sink along with my tips for getting this trouble spot organized.
Today I’m sharing all of my favorite products for the kitchen sink! Everything from my favorite cleaning supplies to the dishwashing tools I swear by to all the storage and organization products that make doing the dishes a bit more efficient and enjoyable.
psst! The majority of my cleaning products are from Grove Collaborative! They carry awesome brands and ship straight to your door. New customers get a free Mrs. Meyer’s cleaning set! All the info here: https://grove.pxf.io/c/2195890/485594/8442
Kitchen Sink Essentials
Kitchen Sink Essentials | Favorite Cleaning & Organizing Products
The Home Edit Large Drawer
This drawer works great for corraling smaller items under the sink like sponges, dish cloths, and more.
The Home Edit All-Purpose Deep Bin with Divider
An open-top bin is perfect for storing taller bottles and items you reach for often.
The Home Edit All-Purpose Bin
Corral cleaning sprays, kitchen towels, and more in this versatile bin.
The Home Edit Organizer Bins
These little organizers are designed to drop right into the larger Home Edit drawer and bins. They're modular so you can mix and match!
iDesign Adhesive Organizers
Use these adhesive containers on the inside of your cabinet doors! They come in several sizes. I have one for my dishwasher tablets and another for smaller dish brushes. These organizers make those go-to things easy to grab!
The Home Edit Large 18" Lazy Susan
This large turntable is an awesome way to corral cleaning products so nothing gets lost in the back of your sink cabinet.
A well-stocked cleaning caddy is a great way to keep your everyday cleaning supplies organized. Click the button below to read all about my caddy and get links to some of my favorite caddies.
Grove Collaborative Liquid Dish Soap
I buy dish soap in bulk and use it to refill the glass oil dispenser in my sink-side tray (bottle linked below).
Seventh Generation Dishwasher Tablets & Rinse Aid
These work great in my dishwasher!
Mrs. Meyers Iowa Pine Soap Bundle (seasonal)
My all-time favorite Mrs. Meyers scent! It's seasonal so watch for it in the fall leading up to Christmas. I buy enough to last me all year ;).
Walnut Scouring Pad
I prefer to use these instead of dishcloths (less gross wet cloths sitting around). These have awesome scrubbing power for stuck-on messes.
Full Circle Little Sipper Drinkware Cleaner
This little set is perfect for washing water bottles and baby bottles!
Grove Collaborative Striped Kitchen Towels
These kitchen towels are so pretty and come in several colors! (watch for seasonal colors, too)
Kitchen Sink-Side Tray
Corral your daily dishwashing supplies inside a sink-side tray!
White Ceramic Sink-Side Tray
This tray would look so pretty sitting next to your kitchen sink. Stock it with dish soap, hand soap, and a dish brush.
Bubble Up Dish Soap Dispenser & Brush Set
I love this little brush! It works great as a brush on its own, or fill the holder with soapy water and you have a cool dishwashing tool.
Glass Oil Dispenser (for dish soap)
Everyone asks me about this! I use a little oil dispenser for my dish soap which makes it easy to pour a bit of soap in the sink with one hand.
Glass Hand Soap Dispenser
This glass jar would look so cute with a vinyl label on it.
Grove Collaborative Liquid Hand Soap
Use this bulk hand soap to fll your glass soap dispensers around the house.
Household Cleaning Supplies
Grove Collaborative Glass Spray Bottles
Fill your cleaning caddy with these beautiful glass spray bottles. Perfect to pair with cleaning concentrates or homemade cleaners!
Microfiber cloths work awesome with cleaning sprays and are so much better for the environment than using a bunch of paper towels!
Grove Collaborative Cleaning Spray Concentrates
I love the cleaning spray concentrates from Grove Collaborative (all-purpose, glass, tub & tile, etc). Simply empty the tube into your glass spray bottle and add water!
Full Circle Sponge Cloths
Use to wipe up spills or scrub an extra messy spot on the counter or floor. They're a great alternative to paper towels and can be tossed in the dishwasher or microwave to disinfect and reuse.
Clean Mama Bar Mop Towels
Keep a stash of these under your kitchen sink and use to wipe up spills and messes around the kitchen. A great replacement for paper towels.
Mr. Clean Magic Erasers clean up scuffs and crayon marks so easily–every cleaning caddy needs one of these!
This small brush from Full Circle is so handy for cleaning around sinks and in the nooks and crannies of bathrooms.
Protect your hands from hot water and messy jobs with a nice pair of rubber gloves!
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Have a fantastic day!