SpiceStor Clips

A few months ago,  I was looking for some fun kitchen items to use as stocking stuffers. I bought the SpiceStor Clips on Amazon. They’ve gotten great reviews and they are a best seller. When I saw the price point was under $9, I thought they were worth a try.

I have to tell you, I love these clips! They have freed up space in my cabinets and drawers.  Now all my spices are alphabetized in the clips.  I can clearly see what I have in inventory.

Spicestor little spice jars

As you can see, the SpiceStor Clips come in sets of five clips.  However, you can break the Spicestor clips apart into individual clips or into small groups.  In the photo below, you can see that I have a set of two Spicestor clips and set of three Spicestor clips for my bigger jars. These bigger spice jars are in the cabinet right by my stove since they are the ones I most commonly use.

Spicestor large jars

A key thing to remember with the clips, is to account for your cabinet shelving. Adhere the clips to your cabinet door so that the jars don’t bang into your shelving, otherwise the door won’t close.  Other than that little amount of planning, they are so easy to use.  I’ve had no issues with them not sticking and I’ve had no breakage.  I’ve used them since November 2012.  Remember, I have four kids opening and closing these cabinet doors, so I feel they’ve gotten some rigorous testing.  One last note, the Spicestor clips cannot hold the weight of glass spice jars.  Fortunately, I don’t have many of those, but it is something to keep in mind if you choose to order them.


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Jennifer Ebeling
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  1. Ruth Packard on February 13, 2013 at 3:30 pm

    I have never heard about these. Thanks for the tip! My husband is 6’4″ and can see any spice he wants. Problem is – he keeps rearranging them and I can’t find what I need. This may just eliminate this problem!!

    Bt the way, the forum link didn’t work. I still got there on your site…just not directly.

    • 6ftmama on February 13, 2013 at 4:18 pm

      You’re welcome. I don’t know why my links haven’t been working right. When Michele visits next week, I’ll have her take a look.

  2. Michele Bergh on February 13, 2013 at 4:05 pm

    These are so cool! I have racks in a cupboard that are tiered so I can see my spices and I have a lot of them. I just might have to get these for the most used ones to be more handy. Any idea how well they come off the cupboard if they need to be removed? Gotta think about these things in apartment living 🙂

    • 6ftmama on February 13, 2013 at 4:20 pm

      Hey Michele
      Yes, you can pull them down. The adhesive is like 3M Command strips. I just used a little Undo or Goof Off to get any residue. They are great.

      • Michele Bergh on February 13, 2013 at 4:28 pm

        That is awesome. Thanks for getting back to me!

  3. Janet on February 13, 2013 at 8:35 pm

    These are exactly the kind of thing I am wanting to know about right now, but haven’t made it a priority to do the research. Thank you!

    • 6ftmama on February 13, 2013 at 8:46 pm

      Hi Janet.
      Thanks for stopping by. Yes, I love these things. Forced me to get through my spices (some were way beyond shelf life) and I gained a whole drawer I used to dedicate to spices. It is very handy and worth every penny! Glad you enjoyed.

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