Spray bottles, liquid soap, detergents, cleaners, furniture oil, drain cleaner etc...if you need cleaners, it's under there.
Elevating the spray bottles really helped free up space on the cabinet floor.
Under my kitchen sink was like the black abyss. The front part was good, but if something was pushed to the back...forget it.
I saw this idea on Pinterest and loved it. I've had it this way for about 6 months and have no complaints...Love it!!
I did change up one thing though from the posts I saw on Pinterest. I didn't use a tension rod, because of the weight of the number of spray bottles I have, the tension rod kept slipping
I screwed in these closet pole cups or sockets. One is a solid circle and the other is a half circle to slip the pole in.
Screw in the solid circle for your desired height. Measure the height of the circle from the floor of the cabinet.
Use that same measurement on the other side for the half circle cup and screw it in with opening facing up.
Put the pole in the full solid circle first, then slip in the pole in the half circle.
**For the pole, I used an old curtain rod I had left over. When measuring the length of your pole, take into consideration the thickness of the 2 plastic cups. It's not much of a measurement, but it matters or the pole won't fit.
Having the spray bottle elevated off the floor frees up space for plastic bins of other cleaners, sponges and bottles.
Hope you can use this idea too!!