30 May 2012

Pringles lid caps an IKEA cup -- making it practically spill-proof

Amazon: Pringles Potato Crisps Super Stack, OriginalAmy sends this tip from Italy, but IKEA and Pringles seem pretty universal worldwide.

It's a bit embarrassing to reveal this, but it's too good not to share.

Ikea sells a set of plastic cups that 90% of my friends with kids use (the KALAS tumbler). The other day my 3-year-old figured out that the lid from a Pringles can fits perfectly! The fit is so flawless it's basically spill-proof.

Once you pop, it makes a top! Good lidded cups are hard to find, and, with this hack, the price is definitely right.

Also: the best hacks are slightly embarrassing.

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Wow, how perfect! I'll need to buy Pringles now!

Excellent site ... L'homme et les produits frais ... que, pour la grande poste ... maintenir sur le détachement cet article ... Ressources, comme il est mentionné ici est très utile pour moi! Je suis un lien vers cette page sur mon blog. Je suis sûr que mes visiteurs à trouver utile.

Très heureux de trouver ce site. Je voulais vous remercier pour cette grande lecture! Merci d'avoir pris le temps de partager.

I don't have Ikea stuff...and we don't really eat Pringles often...But the Tupperware brand does usually have a few types of cups with plain lids (no spout/sippee)...To store liquids.

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