La Croix and Spindrift Cans Were Taking Up Too Much Space in Our Fridge — Until I Bought This!

published Jun 5, 2023
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Exterior of refrigerator
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Calling all can fans: Whether it’s soda or seltzer, you know better than most that while those 12-ouncers might seem like a compact product, they’re really kind of a pain to store in your fridge, especially if you like to keep a lot of them on hand. More often than not, in my house, what happens is the cans get dispersed all over the place, knocked over, and hidden behind whatever else is in my fridge.

Luckily, there’s an easy way to store those cans in one place and make them easy for your family to grab out of the fridge: the iDESIGN Linus Fridge Bins. 

Adding one or two to the one in your home is an easy way to level up both the look and storage capacity of your fridge, freezer, pantry, or wherever you decide to keep it. They’re translucent, which makes it easy to see how many cans are left. Plus, since they’re made from clear plastic, they won’t mess with any existing aesthetics.

Credit: Ian Burke

Personally, I love these fridge bins because prior to snagging them, I had two choices: Sacrifice a produce drawer to seltzer, or have literally an entire shelf of my fridge dedicated to canned drinks. These days, all those cans are sequestered in my neat little fridge bins, which a) looks way cleaner, b) helps me know how many I have left, and c) means I don’t have to rifle around my shelves or endure the plastic-on-plastic screeeech of pulling out a way-too-heavy produce drawer full of Spindrift. 

So, if you or your family can’t make it through the day without knocking back half a case of La Croix (same), do yourself a favor and snag these fridge bins from The Container Store ASAP. You’ll instantly create more storage space in your fridge, which you can fill with nutritious veggies, lean proteins, or — of course — more seltzer. Cheers! 

This post was originally published on Kitchn. Read it there: The $18 Find That Instantly Creates Extra Fridge Storage for My Sodas