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    • Michelle Hill

      Re-Purpose Those Baby Lotion Bottles Into a Sink Extender for Kids. Great idea to stash in the diaper bag so you don't have to prop them on your knee in dirty public bathrooms!!

    • Tatiana Araujo

      Re-Purpose Those Baby Lotion Bottles Into a Sink Extender for Kids MUST MAKE THIS!!! It'll make hand washing that much easier for the little ones.

    • Cucculuccia (Jessi Rich)

      DIY faucet extender for bathroom sink out of a lotion or shampoo bottle to make hand washing for kids easier

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