'What's in the Box' Takes a Look Beneath a Shut Lid

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jun 5, 2011 • References: miamiadschool & adsoftheworld
Organized hoarders often end up with good systems of storing away infrequently used items, and with the Rubbermaid 'What's in the Box' app, you've got yourself an easy method for uncovering packed possessions.

Whether you're on a hunt for winter clothing, camping equipment or Christmas decorations, this hi-tech brand of bins has become a lot more appealing. Now, if you've got them all stacked up neatly in your basement or along garage shelving, you can determine the contents of each container without having to rearrange the pile and pry open lids.

A simple bar code QR Code on each chest can be scanned with the help of an iPhone app. If you've done a meticulous job of photographic inventory to start, the visual library will show you exactly 'What's in the Box.' Stats for Digitally Determined Crate Contents Trending: Older & Chilly
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