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As you know, spring inspires cleaning of household areas that typically get neglected — like the refrigerator. I’m a single guy whose fridge usually only holds a few condiments and bottled water — and even then mine gets amazingly messy. So if I need assistance, I know those of you with families must! Fridge Coasters can help us.

They are easy-to-clean absorbent liners that come in different sizes to fit high traffic areas of your refrigerator. You place them in your fridge to help absorb drips that would normally dry to the bottom of your bins.

Fridge Coaster

Fridge Coaster

They’re rather cute, too. Who would have thought you could make the inside of your refrigerator look stylish?

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6 Responses

  1. RAJ says:

    Somebody should have thought of these sooner.

  2. Sharon says:

    Great idea.

  3. L.A. Lady says:

    Very cute, but the glass shelves in a refrigerator help make all the items inside it visible at a glance. I'd definitely consider them if they came in a clear version. I had a disaster with some maple syrup a while ago and these would have helped immensely.

  4. Debby Babor says:

    Where do you get these liners?

  5. elle says:

    It doesn't say on the website what they are made of, but they sure do look like handi-wipes.

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