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A woman with a creative flair has shared three Kmart 'hacks' to organise your home - leaving thousands impressed.

Taylah, from Queensland, who runs The Monochrome Home TiKTok page, bought a trio of affordable products from Kmart - including a $6 cannister, $39 bamboo trolley and $4.50 tiered candy jar.

In the video, which has been viewed more than 342,000 times, she used the buys to store belts, television remotes and office supplies.

The three products cost no more than $49.50 in total and is perfect for those on a budget.

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Aussie TikToker Taylah organised her home using three budget products from Kmart © Provided by Daily Mail Aussie TikToker Taylah organised her home using three budget products from Kmart In the video, which has been viewed more than 342,000 times, she used the buys to store belts, television remotes and office supplies © Provided by Daily Mail In the video, which has been viewed more than 342,000 times, she used the buys to store belts, television remotes and office supplies

'Three Kmart home hacks you didn't know you needed. First is this three-tiered candy jar you can use to organise your belts in your wardrobe. It fits all of my belts perfectly and is stackable,' Taylah said in the clip.

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The clear container looked neat and tidy in the wardrobe beside the accessories and shoes, and would make it easier to find the belts.

Next, she bought the $39 bamboo trolley and painted it black to match the home décor.

The printer, paper, pencil case and other essentials were then placed onto the trolley.

Rather than wasting time searching for the television remote, Taylah instead places it in the $6 large white herringbone canister.

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'It looks super discreet and looks nice and tidy,' she said in the video.

On TikTok Taylah has amassed a following of more than 100,000 people and many dubbed the tips as 'amazing'.

It follows after Melbourne mum Chantel Mila shared three tips you wish you knew sooner.

It follows after Melbourne mum Chantel Mila shared three tips you wish you knew sooner © Provided by Daily Mail It follows after Melbourne mum Chantel Mila shared three tips you wish you knew sooner Mila began by taking a square of aluminium foil and wiping it in a downwards motion over her head making flyaway hair strands disappear © Provided by Daily Mail Mila began by taking a square of aluminium foil and wiping it in a downwards motion over her head making flyaway hair strands disappear

Mila began by taking a square of aluminium foil and wiping it in a downwards motion over her head making flyaway hair strands disappear.

It's believed the tin foil works because the metal is a 'conductor' - meaning it gathers and transfers away the electric chargers from your hair, according to Well + Good.

This clever hack also restores shine and doesn't leave the hair looking brittle or damaged.

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To make your perfume last longer during the day or before a night out, Mila recommends first applying a fragrance-free lotion onto your skin © Provided by Daily Mail To make your perfume last longer during the day or before a night out, Mila recommends first applying a fragrance-free lotion onto your skin For the third and final 'hack', Mila shared how to light multi-wick candles at the same time without burning your fingers © Provided by Daily Mail For the third and final 'hack', Mila shared how to light multi-wick candles at the same time without burning your fingers

To make your perfume last longer, Mila recommends first applying a fragrance-free lotion onto your skin.

According to Mecca, moisturised skin gives the fragrance 'something to cling to', meaning it won't dry up as quickly.

For the third and final 'hack', Mila shared how to light multi-wick candles at the same time without burning your fingers.

To do this, simply light one wick then tilt the candle side ways so the flame catches onto the second wick.

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