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Am ordering from Lakeland - any recommended buys?

(14 Posts)
tracyk Thu 09-Aug-07 11:58:11

I'm online now and getting very excited!

margoandjerry Thu 09-Aug-07 11:59:31

Those bags to put veg in.

They are miracles of science. You know how bagged salad goes manky in a trice....not any more!

ladymac Thu 09-Aug-07 12:00:05

Clippits. They are great. My family laugh at my excessive clippit use.

Whooosh Thu 09-Aug-07 12:00:22

Yellow scrubby thing-basically nylon netting but is a wonder at cleaning saucepans!

ladymac Thu 09-Aug-07 12:01:12

You can use them to keep the bags you put salad in airtight!

ladymac Thu 09-Aug-07 12:02:24

X post with whoosh - obviously you don't seal bags with yellow scrubby things.

MrsBadger Thu 09-Aug-07 12:03:18

the reusable cake tin liners
also the nonreusable cake tin liners

RubyRioja Thu 09-Aug-07 12:03:23

Oven cleaning tray and oven mate - cannot be beaten.

ladymac Thu 09-Aug-07 12:04:32

Oh yes Ruby but it looks so big. Where do you keep yours when not in use?

GroaningGameGirly Thu 09-Aug-07 12:04:44

Lots of lovely MNetters helped me recently when I asked the same question here:

www.mumsnet.com/Talk?topicid=1375&threadid=351836#7163568

roisin Thu 09-Aug-07 12:24:47

Ladymac - it is huge. I keep ours in the shed, and sometimes use it for other things.

ladymac Thu 09-Aug-07 12:34:53

As a paddling pool perhaps Roisin?!

roisin Thu 09-Aug-07 16:35:20


Last week when I was spring cleaning with the boys, I filled it with soapy water and put one of them on the patio cleaning things like cutlery trays, and tupperware boxes.
It's good for fun things too!

RubyRioja Thu 09-Aug-07 20:59:22

I stick it on top of kitchen cupboards where I don't, in my shortsighted way, notice it.

Also v good for marble painting. And holding assembled party bags

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