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#24: Mr. Lid
The Food Storage Container With An Attached Lid. Mr. Lid the only container of its kind with an attached lid! Neat, clean and totally green. The secret is patented lid design with seal safe hinge. Get Mr. Lid BOGO Deal


Mr. Lid Tips: Most people like Mr. Lid because you'll never have to search for a lid again. So they function a lot like a plastic bag. You'll save money on plastic bags you'd otherwise use. They work in the microwave and dishwasher. They also stack in the fridge so you can keep items neat and organized.

15 comments:

  1. I love these storage containers. My daughter bought them for me and I love them so much I bought another set.

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  2. It's hard to store these and hard to clean them.

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  3. I worked for the company that made and sold them. They say they are made in the usa but made with temporary help from Milwaukee. They don't hire people they run the place with temps that are working there in hopes of getting hired but that will never happen. There are temps there over 5 years without getting hired. Don't buy the product.

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    1. It looks like a good product to me so I will buy it.

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    2. U prbly work for the advertising agency or not American. OR part of the popular fraternity MI PHI MI😶

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    3. As far as I know Milwaukee is still in the USA.

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    4. Thanks for the heads up Bucky. No matter how good something seems, if it hurts people, it's not worth it. And, yes Milwaukee is in the US, but the parts are made in another country making the materials less safe. But this is America, so buy what you want.

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  4. It is awesome to have a container with an attached lid. However, you need force to get the lid completely closed & even more to open it. They have held up well from the dishwasher.

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    1. yes,I have had trouble fastening and unfastening also.
      But I still like them.

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  5. Storing food in plastic containers is generally a bad idea, plastic creates toxic when meeting oil/grease or heat. Glass storage containers are much better for health.

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  6. my Sister has ten thousand CHINESE TAKE OUT CONTAINERS. FREE ! When I visit I usually throw out15-20 of em !

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  7. it's a kraft saver from 1990

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