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    Recycle a Mio Bottle - #LifeHack, #Mio

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    Recycle a Mio bottle for salad dressing, soy sauce, and more. Peel off the label, pop off the top, wash, and fill. Great size to pop into your lunch box and it doesn't leak. --- I HAVE DONE THIS FOR MY SON USING HOT SAUCE, MUSTARD, and KIKOMAN! LOVE IT

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    Recycle Mio Bottle -- After cleaning use in lunch box for salad dressing, soy sauce and more! Dump A Day 40 Simple Life Hacks

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Recycle a Mio bottle for salad dressing, soy sauce, and more. Peel off the label, pop off the top, wash, and fill. Great size to pop into your lunch box and it doesn't leak. -- BRILLIANT!

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