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Water-Resistant Post-its Are Here and Our Inner Monica Geller Is Thrilled

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Post-it fans, you might want to sit down for this: The beloved sticky note brand just announced a launch of new Post-it "Extreme" Notes. If you already use Post-its for grocery lists and fridge reminders, these extreme Post-its are about to make your kitchen chores a breeze.

Durable and water-resistant, Post-it Extreme Notes stick to and remove cleanly from a wide variety of home surfaces found in different kitchens — including wood, stainless steel, tile, and brick.

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As the name implies, these foolproof notes are also designed to stick in "extreme" conditions — even in the freezer!

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We know what you're thinking: This is perfect for meal prep, especially when it involves freezable dishes that you want to save for a later date. For those of us who don't have time to take a close look at every single item in our fridges every day, these Post-it Extreme Notes can also be extremely helpful for expiration date reminders. That way, you can see right away when food is about to check out, rather than getting a nasty surprise after it's already gone bad.

Outside of the fridge and freezer, these notes can also give you a hand when it comes to creating grocery lists and other kitchen-related reminders to stick on your counter, table, or wherever else you happen to look first when you walk in.

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And hey, no one's limiting you to only using the Post-it Extreme Notes in the kitchen; you could technically stick them all over your house whenever the husband forgets to take out the trash or the kids forget to take their dirty plates back to the kitchen. (We'll see if they "forget" again!)

If you're ready to say goodbye to writing on containers and using flimsy scrap paper, you can buy these sticky notes online today — Post-it Extreme Notes ($4.97, Amazon). Starting this month, you can also buy them at major retailers including Target, Walmart, Amazon, Lowe's, and Home Depot.

So, who's ready to do some "extreme" stocking up?

Before you use your extreme Post-its to mark food expiration, learn which foods last beyond the best-by dates in the video below:

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