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We have officially entered spring, which means it’s time to stop procrastinating and get our homes in gear. You’ve got some motivation right now, right? Take advantage of it and enjoy a nice clean slate.
For most of us, the kitchen is a tough nut to crack, organizationally speaking. Let’s face it, a stack of multi-colored cereal boxes, open tubs of oatmeal and little to-go snack bags all over the counter can drive anyone nuts.
An efficient kitchen starts with uniformity, and the wildly popular (and BPA-free!) LocknLock storage set, on sale right now at QVC, delivers that in spades. The $17 set (down from $23) comes with eight mini containers, which are just begging to be used for meal prep. Says a fan: "These are the perfect size for portion control and putting in my purse."
The Korean-based company debuted its first four-sided LockNLock container in 1998 and now the beauties are sold worldwide. And they're not your everyday storage containers. They're made of Tritan, a crystal-clear, glass-like acrylic that's so durable, it just might outlast you. The material is lightweight and can be sanitized in boiling water, so you'll see it used for things like baby bottles and water bottles. The way the containers close is special too — they actually lock in two places for superior sealing.
The pieces are pretty enough for serving, and lock shut with a satisfying click.
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Each nifty fella can fit a cup's worth of items. Pre-chopped some veggies? Keep them in these air-tight containers, and pull them out next time you're making a stir fry or a salad. Want a hard-boiled egg at a moment's notice? Each container will hold five. They're great for leftovers, too — yes, even soups, stews, and sauces (these guys are water-tight).
You'll also want to use the minis for storing fruit, veggies and leftovers. The plastic containers are safe for the fridge and freezer and can even be microwaved. Pro tip: They have grooves at the top, so even with some frost on them, they won't slide around. Cleanup is a snap, too: Simply toss them in the dishwasher.
You'll want to use these for everything
Just think of the possibilities: You can use this stackable set to store ingredients and prepared food, sure, but that's just the tip of the iceberg. Stow sewing supplies, crafting materials, labels, stickers — even jewelry. They're sturdy enough for travel, so use them for medications or first-aid supplies.
Since they're identical, no need to fiddle with finding the corresponding lid, either. Freedom!
Shoppers can't get enough. "Perfect little size!" writes one. "Love the new plastic...crystal clear and durable. Another winner from LocknLock! Using it for small leftovers, using it for my little pup’s kibble and treats. Nice and neat and easy to see, plus it keeps it fresh."
Choose from four fun colors: Blue Raspberry, Opal, Red and Ultra Violet. The price is already amazing, but QVC lets you split your purchase into six easy payments of just under $3, if you’d like.
The set of eight comes to just over $2 a pop and considering how long you'll have these in your kitchen, that's a steal. It's saving you money in the long run, too — just think of how many times you had to chuck out a perfectly good meal just because it wasn't stored properly? These airtight containers will ensure you can enjoy your expensive takeout or leftovers from Easter brunch even longer.
Writes a shopper: "I keep finding more uses for these little containers, although I mostly use them for refrigerating small items, including leftovers! They're also great for olives in those odd-shaped glass jars that make getting olives out a bit difficult!"
In short: "[This set] holds quite a bit and I love that they stack so well. I already have three sets but I came back for two more. You can’t go wrong with these."
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