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$27.99 at Sears:
$49.99 at Kohls:
The Kohls link has some reviews.
Turn your scars into stars.
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About $7 off Amazon's price.
Which is much cheaper than PolderOnline, who sells them for $40.
Too bad I don't need them. I like the look of the black set.
Woot: Some crap
Shirt.Woot: Some shirt crap
Kids.Woot: Some kids crap
Home.Woot: Finally bought some home crap
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I love the idea of these. I wonder if they would work well as pitchers for iced tea and such.
twitter is the dumbest F%#$ing thing that ever happened to the internet.
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I like Snapwear sets from Target (or wherever) that have 4 containers. 1 large that holds a full tallest box of cereal, 2 mediums that hold 5 lb bags of sugar/flour, and a small that holds most sizes of snack foods like crackers or cookies.
The lids have rubber gaskets that seal well and pour pretty well. Due to rounded dome style of lid they dont stack.
I recently decanted my dry goods in the pantry after learning how pantry bugs live on the glue on cardboard packaging. No matter how clean your pantry is, every shopping trip brings in more cardboard and more pantry bugs hitch-hiking in to fight.
So I use Snapware/clones and Dollar Tree plastic containers with snap-top lids for a buck each. Any screwtop container will work - it doesn't have to be expensive.
friarallie wrote:Thanks for pointing this out. I really wanted these for flour and sugar as well, so I'm glad you checked into it!
I woot, therefore I am.
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thanson63 wrote:You're not the only one!! Just last night, I made bowtie pasta out of my cannister and had no clue how long to cook it. I like the other ideas about taping cooking instuctions to the bottom!!
That's a great idea, usually when I rehome stuff into things I forget too.
I'm just hanging out, really.