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“I think my favorite part about this is that at almost three Mason is able to zip the playmat back into a storage box easily and most importantly on his own! I’m always so impressed when I see him do it although I’m not sure why, it really is very easy lol.”
“I love this toy from Neat Oh! because it has 2 purposes: Storage and play.”
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Storing Christmas Stuff. Continues with, Ornament organizers
Ornament storage boxes: Buy these ornament storage boxes once, and you’ve solved your ornament storage problem for years. They come in cardboard, plastic, and nylon; small (18 ornaments) or large (some hold 80); with fixed or adjustable dividers ($25-$40). Go luxe with Frontgate’s telescoping ornament bag that pops open to display four removable ornament trays, then collapses for easy storage.
Recycle gift boxes: Give clothing gift boxes a second life as ornament storage. Reuse the tissue paper to wrap each ornament. Fruit gift boxes often have dividers that are perfect for ornaments.
Stocking stuffers: Put your Christmas stockings to use all year by storing your most precious and oddly shaped ornaments inside them.
Storing Christmas Stuff.
Take the hassle out of putting away Christmas lights and decorations with these easy storage tips.
Cardboard organizer: Cut 1-inch slits in the sides of a rectangle piece of cardboard, and wind string Christmas lights around, using the slits to hold the wire. Cut slits in the top and bottom to secure both ends. Shoebox lids are good candidates. Cut off sides, wind lights, and store in the box.
Garden hose reel: To keep long strings of lights organized, thread them onto a garden hose reel, and crank.
Wrapping paper roll: Don’t toss but recycle those used wrapping paper rolls. Wind lights around the roll, and store extra bulbs in a plastic bag placed inside the tube.
Wire clothes hangers: Up-cycle those extra wire clothes hangers by wrapping lights around them. Turn up each end so the lights don’t slip off. Then hang them in a storage closet, or place them into a storage bin.
Tension rods: To keep lights from tangling in plastic bins, wrap lights
Today, Dec 16th is the first night of Chanukah, otherwise known as the festival of lights. For those of you who are celebrating Chanukah We would like to wish you a warm, safe, festive Chanukah. Enjoy the 8 days of candle lighting.....Happy Chanukah!
Let's have some fun! Show us your best work. Take you legos out of your Neat-Oh!® LEGO® ZipBin® 7000 Brick Toy Box™ Build your design and post your picture on our page and include you and your Neat-oh Lego's storage in the picture!
Neat-Oh! manufacturers patented “smart” children’s toy storage solutions. Smart storage products provide access to all the toys stored inside – even the ones at the bottom of the bin.
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The ZipBin Story
Could messiness be the mother of invention? ZipBin® storage originated when my inventive 10-year-old son, Max, and I put our heads together for some true “out-of-the-box” problem solving. Like many boys, Max loves plastic building blocks. And he likes to dump them on the floor-CRASHHH!! Of course, I loved to see Max play, but I groaned when I heard that loud mess of blocks spilling everywhere.
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