“Post-it Recycled Notes are made from recycled materials that contain a minimum of 30% post-consumer and are available in a variety of stylish colors including tropical tones and natures hues. They are a fast, fun and simple solution to help you stay organized with minimal environmental impact.“
Being a lab technician, I am always in need of a piece of paper to jot down important notes and calculations before I put them into my lab notebook. I am a big fan of Post-its and use them just about everyday at work. I brought the provided Post-its to work and have been using them this past week during my daily tasks.
First of all, I absolutely love the colors of the tropical pack. Lab coworkers always tease me about having a bright, fun, feminine lab, so these Post-its fit right in to my “lab decor.” I generally use the smaller square unlined Post-its, but I have discovered that the larger lined pages are more useful for my line of work. I used the Super Sticky Post-its to display a lab protocol on a shelf for a new student worker. The Super Sticky note did not fall off of the vertical surface the entire day. I also love that I can use these Post-its knowing that they are made from recycled materials reducing my carbon footprint.
I really like the new Recycled Post-its. Honestly, I could not tell a difference between the regular Post-its and the recycled ones. I would definitely buy more of these when my provided samples run out!
Post-its can be found many places online including Office Max and Target. Have an immediate use for some fabulous recycled Post-its?? The Not-So-Blog is giving away 3 packs of Post-it Recycled Notes AND 3 packs of Post-its Super Sticky Recycled Notes!!
How to enter:
1. Visit Post-its and tell me which other product you would love to own!
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Contest ends at 11:59pm CST on June 18th. Prizes not claimed in 72 hours will be forfeited. Open to U.S. Residents only.