Dealing with many pots and pans in our kitchen can be quite mess if we don’t have the proper storing place for this essential cooking items there. What I used to do, before I found the right solution I am about to share with you all, I just stacked them on my kitchen cabinet and this not only creates mess when I looked up once in a while, but also it trapped dust easily.
And if I don’t get myself well prepared which pot or pan I am about to use when I am cooking in advance, then I’ll end up getting confused and panic when fire flaming on the stove with boiling food on top of it and I am in the midst of finding the right pot or pan to work with.
This is the last thing I want to do when I am cooking. And ever since I installed this pot hanging rack on my kitchen ceiling, I do not have this problem anymore and cooking is lot more fun ever since.
Pot hanging rack comes in varieties of sizes and mounting capacity. It all depends on your need actually, how much weight of your pans and pots you’re about to hang over this pot hanging rack. What you need to make sure is, ensure the ceiling you have up there is strong enough to deal with the weight issue once it installed.
I have a friend of mine which experienced those cooking items fallen down onto the floor of her kitchen and creating a panic all over her house just because of the overly loud sound they made, simply just because her kitchen ceiling couldn’t deal with the weight she puts in.
Pot hanging rack is merely an ideal solution for obvious two distinctive reasons for me. One is to ensure our pots and pans are well organized and easy for us to look after their cleanliness condition when we need one. Secondly, it does not eat our kitchen cabinet space at all because it occupies the hanging space which is free.
With pot hanging rack, we can ensure our kitchen essentials are always on good condition because we can see them hanging there and easily to monitor for their cleanliness at any moment we want, because they are there before our eyes. Again, capacity on how much pans and pots to put is all depends on your needs and preference as well though. Make sure your ceiling can handle the weight, that’s all about it