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How to KEEP FOOD FRESH?

How to KEEP FOOD FRESH?

From:www.PUSPONGE.com

Keep Fruit and Veggie Life Extender

Foam Fridge Liner That Keeps Food Fresh & Crisp

Our handy fridge foam liner is here to make your life easier! No more rotten fruit, no more spoilage, no more high grocery bills!

Searching for a way to keep your produce longer, but you don't feel like spending time choosing the best variant? You don't have to, we have done it for you!

 Allows air to circulate freely

 to retain crispness, juiciness, and flavor of food.

 No more nasty smell in the fridge

 Absorbs moisture, preventing the build-up of mold, odors, and bruising.

 Drying freshly washed produce

 Fits conveniently alongside the sink to absorb the excess moisture from freshly washed produce.

 Cuttable

 Can be cut to size to fit underneath cabinets, drawers and boxes

 Washable

 Washing and drying easily and repeatedly.

 Warranty

 No-questions asked money back guaranteed.

 Free Air Circulation

 By allowing air in your refrigerator to circulate around your fruits and veggies, these foam liners help keep produce fresher and crisper for longer, reducing rotting and spoilage.

 Drying freshly washed produce

 This high-performance mat absorbs excess moisture from freshly washed produce and provides a cushion for delicate produce and fruit to help prevent bruising.

 Can be Cut to Size

 Our remarkable foam fridge liner can be trimmed down to fit any size of refrigerator drawer. So, don’t worry if your drawer is smaller. And if it’s bigger you ask? Since we include 4 mats in the package, you can easily adjust two of them in order to cover the whole drawer.

  All you need is soap and your mat will be as good as new! You can easily wash it, any time you want!

 

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