The Best Place To Store Valuables (Besides A Safe)?

Believe it or not, the kitchen is one of the safest places in which to store valuables while you’re away from home. According to a post by Lifehacker, the kitchen is often overlooked in favor of other rooms such as living rooms and bedrooms, which are considered more likely to house jewelry, electronics and other valuables.
As a back-up? Try the bathroom, but not the medicine cabinet — this can be a target area for intruders interested in prescription drugs. Instead, try concealing items in your linen or cleaning closet.

Just remember where you stashed everything — and if you choose the kitchen, store carefully!

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