Monday, September 9, 2013

Instruction Manual Organizer


Why keep instructions? I do because I find it easier when moving, I can rebuild the product again or I can revisit it if I am still getting used to a device. So I guess I am saying that I like to have it close in case I need help. If you keep your instruction manuals like I do. Then I found an easier way to keep them reachable and organized.



I find that the file organizer best kept my instruction manuals neat and well organized. I got this file organizer for $2.00 at Dollarama. If it doesn't go with your home design you can always change up the design like I did with the pencil cases.

You have many choices on how you would like to organize them such as by category (electronics, furniture) or by letters or even by spaces in the house (bedroom, bathroom). Choose which ever works with the instruction manuals you have. Want to try something different? Why not add pictures instead of words or letters. 

organizing instruction manuals

Add a label. I wrote on mine, but you can also type it and paste it on.


I love that it is thin so it doesn't take up too much space. It fits nicely in my bookshelf. 



If you have a filing cabinet you can use the same idea to organize your instruction manuals or any document really.  I hope this help.  Feel free to show me pictures of how you used this idea.

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