#Home CPR

Master Bath CPR

September 29, 2017

It's gnarly . . . I know.  Why do we put up with this kind of nonsense.  Then, again, maybe you don't and it's just me.

I was trying to find a use for the many #10 round cans leftover from my food storage.  Not one of my better ideas.  It's time for some tender lovin' care.

As with any Home CPR project, things look worse before they get better.   Everything needs to be taken out to see what is really going back in.  If it hasn't seen the light of day for who-knows-how-long, do I really need it?

It's a good day for a good day.

I dejunked, cleaned and organized the center drawers.  

For the right side, I found an adjustable shelving unit and the containers at Target.  If Mr B needs to work on the pipe under the sink, it's very easy to slide everything out.  (I positioned the shelves in front of the pipe so it would be easy to pull it out.)   Can I get a thumbs up?

There must be an unwritten Law of the Universe saying, "Every empty space must be filled."  For a lasting result to your organization efforts, space does need to be filled with containers of some fashion to keep contents confined and prevent the infiltration of hazardous stuffing.  If you don't, just watch and see how quickly any empty shelf fills up again. 

All is right with the world again!


  1. I'm sooo glad I already did this CPR before the plumber came over and looked under my sinks for a routine inspection. The adjustable right side was really slick to pull out and put back together again.

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