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Car Organization Hacks You Need In Your Life

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Fed up of your car always being a mess? Try these cheap and easy car organization hacks!

 

Keeping your car free of clutter can be a hassle. There’s often so much that needs to fit into small compartments, so it can be hard to find what you need. That can lead to you keeping your hands off the wheel for longer than necessary, frantically tearing apart your car for important items, and dirty looks from your neighbors.

These clever car organization hacks will make your life a little bit easier by keeping things tidy. You’ll be able to find what you need quickly while preserving precious cargo space in your vehicle, no matter how small it is!

 

Car Organization Hacks You Need In Your Life

Keep your car clean and tidy with these simple car storage solutions!

If your family goes to the beach or the pool often, you need this car organization system! Use a tension rod to hold small, soft totes with holes in them. Below the hanging totes, place some larger bins on the cargo bed. Label each bin and store summertime essentials like beach towels, sunscreen, and goggles. Use the smaller totes for small items so they don’t get lost!

Before you set up your tension rod, measure the trunk of your car to make sure the rod will fit. You’ll also need to place the totes on the rod before installing it – the rod goes through the holes in the totes!

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Do your kids get hungry or thirsty while you’re on the road? Keep refreshments within easy reach by sewing this caddy! This back of seat car organizer hangs from the back of the front seats, so you’ll no longer have to reach behind you to serve your kids. That’s one less way to get distracted while driving!

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Despite your best efforts, your car might get messy from time to time. This is especially true if you have kids or teenagers. Put whatever you’d need to clean the car’s exterior inside a plastic storage container. It doesn’t have to be large, as you can see from the guide!

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Going on a road trip? Your car will get cluttered quickly. Hang some plastic bags over the front seats to collect trash, use a mint container for spare change for tolls, and have some binder clips on hand to seal open bags of chips. Your car will stay clean, even on that cross-country road trip you’ve been planning!

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Recycle an empty Clorox wipes container to make a mini trash can for your car! Simply pull off the original labels, wrap the container in pretty scrapbooking paper, and label the container. Stick the mini trash cans somewhere where your kids will be able to reach them, and make sure there’s one up front, too!

Want to keep a container of baby wipes on hand? Instead of using an empty container, just pull the label off of a full one and label it with your own paper. If you have messy kids, baby wipes always come in handy!

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Are your passengers constantly asking you for a piece of gum? Place it within their reach so you can focus on the road! Place some gum (and any other essentials) in a 3-ring binder pouch, and attach it to the back of the front seats with binder rings.

If you like this organization hack, use it in the front seat, too! Use another binder pouch to store your registration and car manuals on the passenger seat’s visor. You can also create a pouch for your glove compartment!

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Your car is probably full of charging cords. You may even have one for every kind of phone, along with aux cords and other electronic essentials. Keep your cords tidy with these felt cord holders. They only cost 50 cents to make, and then the cords can be stored anywhere. For easy, decluttered access, place some in the organizers from hack #6!

Here’s a pro tip: color coordinate your cord holders. Use the same color felt for cords that you’ll need for the same device, and make those a different color than your other cords. You don’t want to shove an iPhone charger into your Android phone!

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Kids these days bring their iPads and tablets wherever they go. There are even tablets on the market for toddlers! Make sure those expensive devices don’t get lost with a simple backseat tablet holder. These pockets allow for easy access to the tablet, along with easy storage for when your child is done using it (at least until they wake up from their nap!)

As an added bonus, this tablet holder doubles as a backseat protector. If your kids like to put their feet up against the seat in front of them, this handy tool will keep their dirty shoes off of the upholstery! The perfect car organizer for kids!

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Those pesky gaps between your front seats can be turned into pockets! Place one of these seat gap organizers in the crevices to store phones, keys, and other small items. Eliminate the need to frantically search for your essential items that seem to magically disappear. By not scrambling for your stuff, you may even reduce your distracted driving!

This set comes with two seat gap pockets, giving you an extra one for another family car or your back seats.

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Sometimes, the couple of cup holders in your car just aren’t enough! They can also be out of reach for backseat passengers. These attachable cup holders solve that problem. Slide them between your windows and door panels to give your passengers access to their drinks without destroying your car!

Perhaps the best thing about these cup holders is the price – this incredible extra convenience will only cost you $5.29 for a set of two. They can hold beverages weighing up to 44 ounces, so you’re covered for almost any drink you can buy!

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Having a messy car is stressful, but getting it organized doesn’t have to be. These simple, yet genius tools will keep your car presentable, despite the chaos that ensues while you’re behind the wheel.

Which organization hack will you try first?

 

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