By Roger Hazard
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Many of us use our kitchen as the home for our cleaning supplies. Keeping everything in one location can make it easier to quickly locate that bottle of glass cleaner when you need it, but it can also mean a lot of running back to the kitchen for one bottle at a time.
This pull out rack features three detachable baskets that can be easily carried from room to room. An ergonomic handle keeps the basket balanced in your hand, and an impermeable plastic liner keeps chemicals from dripping and making messes.
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I tackled this tiny Austin kitchen in the premier episode of my TV show, "Sell This House: Extreme." In just a few days, my team and I completely renovated the kitchen ? as well as the living room, dining area, both bedrooms, and the front yard. While all of the changes we made were important to increasing the value of the home, the kitchen transformation packed the biggest punch, helping boost the asking price by $100,000.
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