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Amazon [amazon.com] has the 525-Count Avery Removable Color Coding Labels (Rectangular) for $1.68. Shipping is free with Prime or orders over $25.
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Use these for leftovers in the fridge all the time. Leave a stack of them in one of those magnetic holders (other Slickdeal) and quickly write the date of when stuff goes in the fridge. When you've got kids there are tons of little containers of food and it helps identify stuff that's been in there too long.

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This is still available. Smilie
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Great for Yard sales!
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Great for Yard sales!
Use these for leftovers in the fridge all the time. Leave a stack of them in one of those magnetic holders (other Slickdeal) and quickly write the date of when stuff goes in the fridge. When you've got kids there are tons of little containers of food and it helps identify stuff that's been in there too long.
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Use these for leftovers in the fridge all the time. Leave a stack of them in one of those magnetic holders (other Slickdeal) and quickly write the date of when stuff goes in the fridge. When you've got kids there are tons of little containers of food and it helps identify stuff that's been in there too long.
Great idea! Smilie (I also bought one of those magnetic holders - it's awesome and I'm sorry I didn't buy more, ha!)
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If I update the quantity to 3 it qualifies for a no rush shipping credit of $1.50.

Also what was this magnetic holder deal that I probably missed?
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I've seen that magnetic holders thing hit front page 2 or 3 more times after I bought it on what I think is the first time it was posted. Bought like 4 of them so I know what you mean. On the fridge, in the office area, on the basement freezer.

Forgot to add that if you use these on containers peel them when they're dry before they're in the sink. When they get wet and you try to peel them the adhesive stays. Nothing you can't scrub off but it's extra work that can be avoided. If you do get stubborn adhesive residue use a small strip of electric tape to stick to it and peel off.
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OOS now
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Different size and quantity but these are also $1.78 now

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004INM...th=1&psc=1
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Can be ordered now...will be in stock on July 31, 2020.
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