Updated to add: This giveaway is now closed. The winner is #162 Robin W!!
I don’t normally post on the weekends but I thought I’d make time for a fun giveaway. I recently had the opportunity to try out these super cute Fridge Coasters.
I was a little skeptical at first because I thought they were simply just a way to make your fridge pretty and well quite honestly I couldn’t care less if my fridge was pretty or not. However once I got these coasters in the mail and put them to work in my fridge I was pleasantly surprised. Yes they do make your fridge pretty BUT they also act as super absorbent liners as well. They really are just like coasters which means when they eventually get too dirty to wipe clean anymore I can simply toss them and start again. Okay now I’m interested because I hate scrubbing my fridge. So something that is going to save me work in the long run is always a friend of mine :)
Plus they help keep things from moving around in the fridge when certain kids of mine happen to slam the door a little too roughly.
And I do have to tell you. After living with the fridge coasters in my fridge for awhile, I really am liking the pretty. The patterns of the Fridge Coasters are just fun and colorful and make me happy when I open the door. That probably sounds weird I know but hey it’s the little things in life :)
From the Fridge Coaster site:
Fridge Coasters patent pending design, outfitted with breakable perforations lines, allow the coasters to transform shape. Ensuring a snug fit in any refrigerator. A wet soapy sponge can be used to wipe off your Fridge Coasters for the occasional jelly or chocolate syrup spill. Fridge Coasters are not dishwasher safe, but that’s a good thing! If they were rubber, silicone or plastic, they wouldn’t absorb any condiment drips. Fridge Coasters eliminate build-up that eventually leads to scrubbing. We don’t like scrubbing.
Fridge Coasters are made of a dense super-absorbent 30% recycled wood pulp. Fridge Coasters and their packaging are 100% recyclable!
The Fridge Coaster comes in a variety of patterns and colors. As you can see from the pictures above I chose to go with the lovely blue color. You can also get grey, pink and yellow. And yes I took these pictures on a Sunday night when my poor fridge was empty :)
Today we are giving away TWO Fridge Packs and TWO Large Bin Packs ($70 retail value and the winner can choose color/design). To enter simply leave a comment on this post telling me your preference for pattern/color prior to Wednesday, June 6, 2012 at 4:00 pm PST. Winner will be selected at random.