How many times have you gone in your refrigerator, pulled out some leftovers, and think, "How many days ago did I make this?" This is a very frequent question in my household. Now there is a great product that helps take the guesswork out of the leftover mystery. DaysAgo Day Counters have a digital screen that starts counting the number of days a product has been opened with just the touch of a button. The product can be used for other purposes as well such as tracking days between household chores.
DaysAgo comes in three forms and multiple colors. It is available with a magnet to be used on jars and other metal surfaces, a suction cup for items that are not metal or are oddly shaped, or with two different sized bands. The possibilities are endless!
Review: I received two magnetic DaysAgo to review. I really like this concept because I don't like to waste food, but I obviously need to keep my family safe from spoiled food. The magnet stuck well and the counter was clearly visible on the top of two jars of pie filling that I opened. It was very easy to set and it made the decisions to eat or toss much easier. I would probably have preferred the suction cup option, however, as we use very few products that have a metal lid. I do like, however, that I can store them on the side of my fridge rather than in a drawer. I decided to use these to trigger my husband to the days when he needs to feed his salt water fish and it works great!
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Win it here: Two lucky Cake Mom readers will each win a 2 pack of suction cup DaysAgo Digital Counters!
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