I couldn't quite figure out what the problem with my old silverware organizer was until I got the new organizer. Why? because sometimes we work with the system one way for so long that our eyes become immune to all the problems. The new organizer isn't perfect, but is is much deeper, and longer. I left the tags on it because I didn't want to get stuck with something that wasn't going to work-out.
After a month now, I can say it has actually worked-out! I needed to be able to use the depth of the compartments to stack more spoons, more forks, more knives and more chopsticks. It solved the one problem of overflowing silverware from one slot to the other that made the drawer less messy looking.
*Tip: I learned a valuable point from this exercise: all the vertical/height spaces are wasted because the standard organizers are not made deep in height. From now on, I will try to look for more storage space by observing the height of the drawers and cabinets in my kitchen, closet and cabinets.
1) Do you have a "system" of organizing your silverware?
2) When was the last time you change something in your kitchen?
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