This giveaway is now closed.
Although the rest of our kitchen is coming along, you never know what’s lurking behind closed doors—our refrigerator doors, that is. And, I’m not the best at cleaning mine out on a regular basis. Surely, I’m not the only one who has frozen paint brushes in there from projects started and never finished. . . Right??
(I’m sure this is against some kind of health code. . .)
Recently, a company based right here in Charlotte contacted us about becoming a sponsor on my blog. Fridge Coaster is not only “fashion for your fridge” as they say, but it’s a great way to keep your fridge shelves, bins and drawers from getting “cruddy.” (I’ll spare you the “before” pictures of mine.)
I just told them what model of fridge I had and my color/pattern choice. (Besides the dots, they also have chevron and trellis.) They came in a neat little package like this with all of the sizes I needed for each compartment and shelf:
I expected them to be more like a rubber pad but they’re actually made of a dense, super absorbent 30% recycled wood pulp and can be full submerged in liquids. (Although, they recommend that you just wipe them with a wet, soapy sponge.)
(These would be really great in a pantry, too!)
Fridge Coaster is giving away $100 worth of their products to one lucky reader.
(Your choice of colors, patterns and sizes).
Visit Fridge Coaster and leave a comment on this post letting me know which color/pattern combo you like best OR “like” Fridge Coaster on Facebook and leave a comment on this post. (Feel free to enter both ways—just be sure to leave two separate comments.)
The winner will be chosen at random and announced Tuesday, Sept. 25th on my Facebook page. Good luck!