It’s a familiar problem: somehow your plastic food storage boxes (Tupperware and other brands) proliferate, either along with, or sadly divorced from, their lids. And sure, some of them nest. But some, maddeningly, don’t.
Maybe you offload some by giving them to friends when you share special recipes, or to contain leftovers when they leave your home. But they do the same for you when you visit their home, for God’s sake.
The result? A thousand odd, unfamiliar, vaguely frightening storage boxes (and lids) in your cabinets or drawers, sitting among the too-many that you already have, that look like nothing so much as oddly mutated forms of yours, and that lurk among your familiar plastic food storage boxes like the vanguard of some kind of alien invasion or something.
These two species of plastic food storage boxes accumulate and accumulate until, one day, you open a cabinet and are brutally crushed by an avalanche of cascading plastic. What, you ask yourself as you stagger out of the kitchen on your broken leg or shattered ankles, and reel into the dining room table, fracturing your hip and wondering if there is any way you can possibly sue someone over this, before collapsing into unconsciousness in a lifeless heap on the dining room floor, can be done?
Well, our friends at Bins Mainly Unlimited have come up with a solution: The BoxBinBox Boxing and Binning System™.
It’s not just a bin for boxing your plastic storage boxes, but a box-and-bin system for binning and boxing all the boxes and bins in your kitchen.
Simply put all your Tupperware-or-whatever boxes, and their lids, in the Box. Got more than one Box? No problem: Just put those boxes in their custom-configured BoxBins and, as you scale up, put those bins in their designated BoxBinBox.
It’s boxes all the way up, plus their bins and, of course, lids. And each Box, BoxBin, and BoxBinBox is dishwasher-safe, endlessly recyclable, and waterproof to a depth of sixteen atmospheres. So if you happen to live in a submarine, which breaks, the containers for your leftovers will be unharmed.
Order today. Or, if it’s late, just skip it and order tomorrow.