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Hey there parent! If you’re anything like me you have a few various items around your home that require batteries, some a little more often than others. I can still remember getting the GREATEST TOY EVER Christmas morning only to realize my parents didn’t see “batteries not included” on the box. I swore that when I was a parent I would never be without batteries and without batteries I never have been.
One of the greatest things you can do for yourself is find an easy and reliable way to store keep track of batteries. I use several different methods, one of them being “throw them all in the junk drawer!” While some are certainly more effective than others, we never are without batteries. The rechargeable batteries and their chargers stay in one place while the disposable and smaller batteries stay high up, out of the reach of little hands and little mouths. Think that drawer full of random batteries is doing its job? Click through to find out how easy (and stylish!) true battery storage can be.
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22 Bin Plastic Storage Cabinet
THIS. This is the one with a place for everything. Not only would this cabinet hold batteries, it would hold those little charger tips for electronics, battery chargers, random little cables, ear buds, tweezers, paperclips, memory cards, basically everything that multiplies and replenishes in that *ehem* junk drawer.
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Equally important is a safe place to toss dead and used batteries where they can be recycled according to recommended guidelines.
A big thanks to Energizer for sponsoring this campaign. Click here to see more of the discussion.