October 21, 2009
Home Renovation/Redecoration Series - Lock It Up with Rubbermaid
Erin from Rubbermaid heard that I was working on a Home renovation/redecoration series, and generously send me some products to help me get organized. Putting a whole house back in order after a movie is so time consuming and messy, but Rubbermaid's Lock-its make it so much easier to be organized. Instead of having open boxes or pasta falling out in our cupboard, I put the pasta in one of these Rubbermaid containers and recycled the old shabby box. I don't have to worry about things going stale in these containers because they have a tight lock seal. Four locking tabs create an extra secure lid seal that helps prevent spills and air from getting in to spoil your food. The Easy Find Lids system features lids that snap to bases and other lids for easy storage. A built-in rubberized seal makes cleaning easy.
I think these products are great, and such a HUGE help when trying to organize my kitchen. It's not completely organized yet, but it's getting closer by the day!
Disclaimer: Rubbermaid sent me Lock-it containers for review
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