Anyone happen to know what, if anything, will remove tomato sauce
discoloring of the typical Rubbermaid (semi-rigid) plastic food containers ?
Are there any particularly good stain removal sites ?
Ours was like that, disgusting to say the least. Was at BJ warehouse, seen
20 Glad brand w/lids of various size for $9.95. Grabbed a pack, came home &
tossed most of the others out. Did keep a few for nuts/bolts. The real
disgusting ones are gone anyways. For $10, it's not worth messing around
with the old ones.
I'd rather eat a few outgassing hydrocarbon molecules than pick pyrex
gravel out of my feet after dropping a glass fridge box. (I don't wear
shoes inside- most of the year I don't even wear socks.)
Mostly, yes. What can I say- I have poor depth perception and am a bit
of a klutz, besides. I use thickwall coffee mugs for drinking, and
plastic plates and salad bowls. My Corning ware soup bowls have handles.
Stuff in fridge tends to be more of a problem than elsewhere, since the
condensation on the glass makes it slippery, but small condiment/olive
jars are rather hard to break- they usually bounce on the vinyl floor.
Can't drink beer anymore, but when I did, I preferred cans. I do have
normal drinking glasses and pretty china plates and stuff, but other
than the very occasional times company comes over, they basically sit in
aem sends, blurrily....
I have my peccadillos as well, but I don't know that I would give
other "normal" people adviced based on my peccadillos.
In a way, you're accepting ingesting something you can't do anything
about and forgoing something you can prevent by being reasonably
Besides, everyone knows the bathroom is the most dangerous room in the
house. Keep the glassware out of the bathroom and you're good to
excuse l/c; typing one-handed; broke wrist.
re: glass vs plastic, i have converted to glass. too many toxic probs
keep a few plastic containers for inert items; no cooking.
bed, bath and beyond has good glass containers w/ very tight-fitting
pastic lids that need not touch food,
but do keep contents fresh.
they are rectangular, which makes for economy of space, and come in
i have no connection w/store other than as customer.
replying to aemeijers, Norma N. wrote:
I despise it when people jump all over someone for a comment they make. They may
not know the total picture. Plus it is so disgusting to read four letter words
anywhere in public messages where anyone can see them. Shows that person was not
raised right and has no class!
On Thursday, June 30, 2016 at 2:50:05 PM UTC-5, DerbyDad03 wrote:
BWAHAHAHAHAAAAAA, Norma just woke up from a coma, I'm
suspecting. Amazing people never look at the dates of
posts they are reading but will jump in with both feet
to give them a piece of their mind.
PSST Norma, the original post was made on OCTOBER 02,
Btw, I didn't see any 'four letter words' other than
what the Colonel shared with us.
replying to Norma N., ItsJoanNotJoAnn wrote:
Welllll, what gets my goat is when certain people (Norma) reply to a nearly *_7
year old post_* and then want to get indignant over a perceived slight in a post
where there is no slight or 'four letter words.'
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