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Pipe under the cabinet holds rolls of food wrap.

To make rolls of food wrap accessible and keep kitchen drawers free of their clutter, Dr. Ronald Brons of Los Gatos, California, unobtrusively installed a 5-foot-long roll-holding pipe under a row of cabinets.

He expanded two large screw hooks to accommodate the pipe and screwed them into the bottom of the cabinets. To provide a cutting edge for the wrap hanging from the pipe, he screwed inexpensive hacksaw blades just under the front edges, serrated edge out. When it's time to replace a roll, the pipe simple slips out of the hooks.
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