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Old 03-29-2016, 08:08 PM   #1
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How to store cutting boards, help!

I have these: https://www.pamperedchef.com/shop/Co...g+Mat+Set/1013

Very thin, and they are the size of my cabinet door. I thought if I could find some brackets, I could store them on the inside of the bracket door, but I am drawing a blank as to what to use!

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Hi Judi - I have some similar mats I use for food prep - they just slide right against the side wall of one of my food storage cabinets. If you want to put them on the back of a door, you could use a paper punch to make a hole in two corners of each one - then hang them over a couple of cup hooks in the back of a door... just an idea... ST

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I've got mine attached to the inside of a lower cabinet door with Command Spring Clips.

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Great ideas, thanks!!!
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I made a small divider in one cabinet, and keep all our big flat stuff there on edge.

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