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    DRIP SNAGGER - No more mopping up messy drips—just hook Drip Snagger over the spigot of your coffee urn or drink dispenser. Dishwasher-safe plastic; 4" diameter and 8 1/2" high. $6.99

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    • Dara Rodriguez

      great idea for parties - cut an old soda bottle to catch drips from punch dispensers or coffee urns

    • Michelle Strickland

      Cut an old soda bottle to catch drips from punch dispensers. Good idea for the reception.

    • Sue Clifton

      Use a 2 liter bottle to make a drip catcher for drink spouts. This is a great idea!

    • Parisa Campbell

      Parties - Cut an old soda bottle to catch drips from punch dispensers. Smart idea!

    • Hali Wilson

      Drip catcher cut from a plastic bottle. Such a smart idea.

    • Sarah Beth Robbins

      Pop bottle recycle- Such a great idea!

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