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how to hide washing up liquid/sponges/ brush in new kitchen

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vannah Tue 01-Sep-09 21:49:49

is there a nice way or a product to disguise the brightly vile coloured cleaning products and plastic bottles of fairy which are spoiling the lovely new sink/worktop...?


IOnlyReadtheDailyMailinCafes Tue 01-Sep-09 21:52:26

I dont have a new kitchen but mine go in the cupboard under the sink.

vannah Tue 01-Sep-09 22:06:03

hmm, i thought about that , but i dont have a dishwasher so am washing up about 4 times a day - would rather leave it out somehow.

thankyou though...

IOnlyReadtheDailyMailinCafes Tue 01-Sep-09 22:07:56

I have a dishwasher so rarely use anything than a spray or cloth.

watfordmummy Tue 01-Sep-09 22:11:44

i have diswasher too, but have stuff on side, as not everything goes in. Understand your prob OP.

MrsEricBana Tue 01-Sep-09 22:14:11

I have a low white rectangular ceramic dish from Habitat which takes the bottles and brush and looks pretty smart (I think!)

JackieNo Tue 01-Sep-09 22:17:27

Thing to hang on side of sink or (less successful, I think) stand for cloth. And decant your washing up liquid into a prettier bottle.

JackieNo Tue 01-Sep-09 22:21:12

Similar idea (though not sure what you do when you need to fill the sink with water hmm.
One that only works if you have a double sink
Or how about this?

JackieNo Tue 01-Sep-09 22:22:20

And one last one grin.

IOnlyReadtheDailyMailinCafes Tue 01-Sep-09 23:23:04

I can't believe somone would pay £10 for a stand for a dishcloth.

kreecherlivesupstairs Wed 02-Sep-09 08:00:40

Keep anything unsightly in the breadbin.

maggiethecat Wed 02-Sep-09 23:26:48

First of all switch to something like Ecover - no vile colour and better for the environment they say. I decant mine into a recycled radox handwash bottle with dispenser - easy to pump liquid onto sponge.

paisleyleaf Wed 02-Sep-09 23:29:15

A vase or pot?

vannah Thu 03-Sep-09 21:26:14

thankyou for all the replies everyone, i forgot to tune in last night.
jackieno, thankyou so much for all the links - Im getting the small white sink caddy as it fits in the sink and will be (hopefully) camoflaged by my white sink.

paisleyleaf - thats actually a v good suggestion, saw some nice pots in the garden centre.
kreecher yes i keep bottles/dummies etc in the bread bin...

thanks again

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