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  • Edie Rocco

    Laundry Bag as a Dishwashing Aid. keep mini tids, and other small item from falling through the dishwasher rack. What a great idea!

  • Susan Marie

    Laundry Bag as Dishwashing Aid - Keep mini tupperware lids, baby bottle caps, & other small items from falling through the dishwasher rack.

  • Desiree Martinez

    Like this if you like household tips! NEXT TIME: Keep your Tupperware or baby bottles from falling thru the dishwasher cracks! Use a laundry bag and you'll never have to go digging in your dishwasher again. (image and tip via Real Simple)

  • Mary Reardon

    Laundry Bag as Dishwashing Aid. Keep mini Tupperware lids, baby-bottle caps, and other small items from falling through the dishwasher rack. #cleaning #tips

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