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CarlaPassalacqua CarlaPassalacqua 1 year

bandaids are too tempting to peel off outlets. I don't agree with this trick

Olivia1361313036 Olivia1361313036 1 year

Love the no slip slippers!

JustynCarbajal JustynCarbajal 1 year

Sorry but bandaids on an outlet can easily be pulled off - not a good idea, spend a few dollars for ones that plug into the socket.

BethBrennan55721 BethBrennan55721 2 years
Ellen, I solved that problem by changing all my cleaning products to non-toxic alternatives. I haven't had any asthma symptoms since then and my husband's eczema has disappeared.
EllenMoberly EllenMoberly 2 years
Only if the laundry room door has a locking knob, so that little ones can't get a hold of those cleaning supplies. Much like locking the cabinet that you keep them in, under the sink.
NiinaBiina NiinaBiina 2 years
Going to say something you were probably thinking but wouldn't dare say: Uhhh #11 at first glance appeared to be something else (dill weed without the dill) -__- Was a little confused for a sec... On the other hand, this is GREAT idea. However, I could potential see this slowing down some cooks whom hands are already full (having to twist off the top and use a spoon).
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