Shower curtain rod hooks are inexpensive and wonderfully versatile in the bathroom as well as the closet. Here are 15+ various uses that you may not have considered before . . .
If you don’t already have a few of these lying around, they can be purchased at dollar stores in packages of 8-12 for only $1. There are several different kinds, S-style hooks, round interlocking like the green ones pictured below and locking hoops.
They work great to organize various items in the closet including the following:
Tank tops, camisoles, workout shirts and bathing suit tops have a tendency to clog up the closet unnecessarily, here’s a simple way to organize your tops in one easy spot:
Place them on a coat hanger and use them to organize Ties, Belts and scarves like so:
Place them on a coat hanger and use them to organize hats:
For the Ladies, hook the center of your bra’s onto them to hang them in your closet, freeing up space in your dresser, while keeping them from being squished out of shape or from the under-wires from being bent out of shape:
Are you a Crafter or Scrapbooking fan? Place a small binder clip on a shower curtain hook and then place your various embellishments in plastic zip-close bags (of varying sizes!), This can also be used for make-up, jewelry, hair clips, etc.
Do you love purses? Here’s a fantastic way to organize them!
Use them in the Utility room or kitchen to hold towels or even Fly swatters!
In the kitchen, make your own Pots and Pans Organizer- simply use a heavy duty tension rod, slip the hooks onto the bar and attach your pots and pans.
Also, to prevent stray measuring cups, attach one, easy to remove the cups and wash only one or two instead the entire bunch!
So to recap.. here are the items that are easily organized with re-purposed shower curtain hooks:
We’d love to hear how you re-purpose shower rod hooks too! Share your ideas & photos in the comments below . . .
**Update**Several of our members have mentioned that they’re concerned that the rings would all slide to one side or the other on the hanger, leaving an uneven “mess”, so to speak.
To prevent this issue entirely, take a hot glue gun or a caulking gun and add small “beads” of glue(or clear silicone caulking) every inch or so on the hanger. This will prevent the items from sliding or shifting.