A MUM has been praised after sharing a genius £1.50 hack to keep all of her daughter's scrunchies in one place.
Professional organiser Avril Jacobson explained that she's sick of the hair accessories ending up all over the house.
And the clever idea means they're all kept in one place – neat and tidy.
"I learned something today," she began her Instagram Reel.
"We all know that this is for paper towels. We all know that it could belong in the kitchen.
"But I want to show you what one of these clever mums and her daughter used this paper towel holder for."
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She then proceeded to put each of her daughter's scrunchies over the top of the kitchen roll holder, making a tower of them as she proceeded.
"Need a solution to organise your (or your daughter’s) overflowing collection of scrunchies???" she wrote.
"Well I have the perfect solution for you.
"Simply stack the hair scrunchies over it to get them all organised‼️
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"Now they’re no longer scattered around the house or in a drawer!! PERFECT!
"So simple. So clever. So affordable."
And given that you can get a kitchen roll holder for just £1.50 in IKEA and on Shein, the hack isn't going to break the bank either.
"Great idea!" one person commented on the video.
"It’s about thinking outside the box."
"I love this what a clever clever idea!!!!!!" another praised.
As a third wrote: "Great idea. And it looks good!"
"Wow..what great idea. thank u for sharing," someone else added.
And another commented: "My life changed today!"
Others said they have also used the kitchen roll holders to store bracelets as well.
But not everyone was convinced by the idea.
"You want the one on the bottom and you do it all again. No," one wrote.
"But when you need a colour way down, it’s tumble all and reload. No!" another agreed.
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With a third commenting: "…and if you want the one from the bottom you have to move all of them off..
"Use a basket.. much easier to pick up what u want."
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