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Sprucing up with the Longstem Men's Organizer

Hey neighbors!

I am enjoying sharing these products for Sprucing for Spring.  The type of products we are reviewing are perfect for going in to spring, helping you to organize, clean or spruce up for spring.  PI of Products has a really nice product for organization.  Read on and see what she has.

I'm back again with another product for our Sprucing for Spring Event.  This one is actually for the men in your life!  Today we will be investigating...

The Longstem Men's Organizer Valet!


This is shipped in two pieces and is VERY easy to put together.  It includes two over the door bracket mounts, and two wall mounts with screws and anchors.  "This door/wall organizer is for men out there in need of organization. This over-the-door organizer can easily display all the typical male accessories at a glance. It provides 43 special purpose hooks for easy accessibility and organization for ties, belts, watches, rings, keys loose change, cuff links, lapel pins, sunglasses, baseball caps, cell phones, IPods, chargers, etc."


Some of the different features is that there are 10 multipurpose hooks at the top (for keys, rings, caps, etc.), a 7 compartment rack (above) to hold cell phones, wallets, chargers, etc., One of our favorite features is that it has 23 non slip tie rack hooks that can hold up to 69 ties... Awesome!  


It also has a 6 partition plastic tray for change, glasses, collar stays, etc.  Really useful!  My dad has really been trying to keep everything organized and this is really going to help.  My brother also thought it would be really great for all of his ties and such.  Hmmm... gift idea?  :)


The Longstem Men's Organizer is well worth purchasing.  You can purchase this or a variety of other organizers on the Longstem website.  You can also Like them on Facebook to stay up to date with their latest news.  

RESULTS OF INVESTIGATION...
Longstem is a #1 Sprucing for Spring Product!


The winner of this giveaway will receive a Longstem Men's Organizer.  This would make a great gift!  I think I could use one of these in my bedroom.  It could be used for so many things.  Go ahead and enter and then be sure to share!




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Comments

Tabitha said…
I love the corner organizer.
it could be very useful.
kayleefaith1228@aol.com
Unknown said…
I love the jewelry organizer! I could actually fit all my jewelry in one place!
Nancy said…
I also like the Organizing Jewelry Valet.
Marti Tabora said…
I love the Overdoor/Wall Jewelry Organizer in Black. Thank you.
latanya t said…
TABLETOP ORGANIZING JEWELRY VALET (WITH STAND)
I like the black overdoor wall jewelry organizer and the butterfly organizer. I haven't ever heard of this company.
scottsgal said…
one of the jewelry organizers would be helpful
Kayla said…
I like the Overdoor Jewelry Organizer!
Cori Westphal said…
I think the Corner Organizer is one of the best space savers I've ever seen! I'm thinking the corner of a bathroom, even behind the door!

coriwestphal at msn dot com

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