When it comes to storing your cleaning products, you don’t want a multitude of branded packets cluttering your utility room. Washing powder, dishwasher tablets, fabric conditioner and the like all come in different forms and different sizes. There must be a better way of storing them? It’s time to take control over your pantry.. You want a solution that stores products effectively, is easy to refill and, for extra brownie points, will allow you to show off your Bundant system in the best possible way. Luckily, thanks to the adaptable Bundantband, you have a wide-range of storage solutions to choose from, from all your favourite brands, including John Lewis, Brabantia and IKEA. We’ve rounded up a few of our favourites to help inspire you. If you’re looking for the perfect container to go with your Bundantband you should choose a simple shaped container that the band can fit around (not all of these containers work with Bundantbands but they act as good inspo). So, in no particular order, let’s get storing: 1. Oxo Good Grips Pop Cookie Container The Oxo Good Grips Pop wants you to put cookies in it – but it could be placed next to the washing machine and look stunning as it looks after your washing powder, or tabs. It’s one of the more stylish ways to store your laundry cleaning products, and it’s stackable, so if you’ve got the space you could have two or three with powder, tabs and perhaps scent enhancers. It has a capacity of 2.8L – meaning it will hold all but the largest of washing powder purchases, or if you’re a tab buyer – about 100 tabs. This leans towards the high end of pricing on the list, if you’re only looking for a convenient storage container and aesthetics aren’t high on your list, you’re better off going elsewhere, but if you’re after a container that’ll give you a little wry smile of happiness when you pop the washing on, this is it. Cost: £14 Best for: Powder, Tabs, Scent Enhancers, cloths Made of: Glass Volume: 2.8L Cost: £23.50 Best for: Powder, Tabs Made of: Glass Volume: 4L 2. Kilner Universal Push Top Storage Jar This is the largest option on the list, coming in at a whopping 4 litres. If you often buy detergent in bulk, this is the one for you. As with the Oxo container above, this is made of glass which means its impact on the environment isn’t quite as lasting as some of the plastic ones on the list – although if the worst should happen, it is recyclable. It would be best used for storing powder, or a large number of tabs. It is expensive, but as a Kilner, you know you’re getting a quality product that will last for many years to come. A definite hit if your washing machine is sat in the kitchen and you want to free up shelf space while maintaining an aesthetic. 3. John Lewis Anyday Flip-lock airtight square storage container Sometimes simplicity is best. If you have limited storage, or perhaps just looking for something that can slot onto the shelf, then you should consider this Anyday container from John Lewis. Available in various sizes, making it adaptable to your requirements, the airtight container has nice rounded corners and is stackable with other containers in the set. For laundry products, you’re likely to want the larger two – but for scent enhancers you’ll be fine with the smallest. A simple, effective way of keeping your utility room in order. Cost: £10 Best For: Powder, Tabs, Liquid Made of: Plastic Volume: 450ML, 1.1L, 1.7L, 2.3L Cost: £30 Best For: Tabs, Scent Enhancers, Powder, stain remover Made of: Plastic Volume: 900ML, 1.3L 4. Joseph Joseph undershelf storage If your shelf space is already accounted for and you’re looking for an alternative way to store some products near the washing machine, we’d suggest looking at the Joseph Joseph undershelf storage. These sit directly underneath shelves or cupboards, utilising previously unused space, and are easy to attach using 3M tape. Coming in at 900ML, they’re more suited to holding the additional laundry sundries such as scent enhancers and fabric conditioner. The Joseph and Joseph undershelf storage is also available in a larger size of 1.3L which will hold an average sized detergent pack, and a few more of everything else along with it. 5. IKEA Foervar Jar Good old IKEA. Another one intended for biscuit storage, the Foervar Jar is the perfect size and shape for keeping your laundry detergent or tabs in, and at an extremely affordable price. It can hold a very respectable 1.8L (about 1 and two thirds of a standard laundry detergent pack) and comes with an aluminium screw-top lid. Even better, if you fancy switching things up once in a while you can move it between sitting at an angle or completely vertical. You could also look at storing spare sponges in here – no more rooting around in cupboards and removing plastic packaging. Just open the jar and reach in! Cost: £1.70 Best For: Tabs, Scent Enhancers, Detergent, Sponges Made of: Plastic Volume: 1.8L Cost: £16.99 Best For: Washing Powder / Fabric Conditioner Made of: Plastic Volume: 3.2L 6. OXO Pop Cereal Box Container For a bit of a leftfield approach, have a look at this classic cereal box holder from OXO. As it’s got a slightly thinner profile than the others, it can fit into a smaller space, and due to the design – you can pour the detergent into the draw instead of having to scoop it! It holds 3.2L – or about 2 standard detergent packs – just don’t accidentally pour it into your cornflakes one bleary-eyed morning! Remember that if you’re storing laundry products you’ll need to keep the scoop (or get a shiny new one) and if you want to add a final flourish – you can label the containers so you don’t get them mixed up! Once this is done, just attach your Bundantband and relax, safe in the knowledge that not only are your cleaning products looking fine, you’ll never have to worry about running out of them again!