Shelves that Slide Offers Mess-Free Way to Throw Away Halloween Trash

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Locally owned and operated company, Shelves that Slide is now offering trash and recycle systems that will separate pumpkin seeds from candy wrappers.

Pull-out shelf manufacturer Shelves that Slide has developed a new garbage organization system that will allow homeowners to separate trash from recycling from organic matter. These sturdy and colorful containers have been released in just enough time for the busy Halloween season when families have a lot of different trash to worry about. For over a decade the kitchen shelf manufacturer has been helping homeowners and businesses alike with their cabinet and drawer organizational needs. They are very happy to now be offering their durable trash organizer.

The three container system offered by Shelves that Slide is color coded so that parents can easily teach their kids which container is appropriate for what kind of trash. Each container can hold up to 25 quarts of matter, so whether owners are throwing away the extra pumpkin pieces after carving or all the wrappers from their favorite trick-or-treat candies, there is plenty of room in the container. As with any shelf-sliding product found on Shelves that Slide's online store, the new trash organization system can be installed for free in Arizona and can easily be shipped anywhere in the country.

During the recent economic downturn Shelves that Slide has benefited as a company that provides a cost effective way to transform your kitchen on a budget. The pull-out shelves which they offer can increase storage space while also making items easier to reach. Home improvements such as these can also help increase the resale value of a house or condo.

In addition to pull out sliding shelves, Shelves that Slide also sells Lazy Susans, drawer organizers, blind corner storage systems, and custom fit tip out trays.     

The full line of products offered by Shelves that Slide can be found at For information on how to contact Shelves that Slide please visit

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