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10 Ways You Never Thought to Use a Kitchen Sponge

Reader's Digest Canada Logo By Erica Young, tasteofhome.com of Reader's Digest Canada | Slide 1 of 10: Dip a sponge in water, place it in a zip-top bag and freeze overnight. These DIY ice packs are great to relieve pain from bumps and bruises, or you can throw one in a lunch box to keep your food cold.

DIY Ice Pack

Dip a sponge in water, place it in a zip-top bag and freeze overnight. These DIY ice packs are great to relieve pain from bumps and bruises, or you can throw one in a lunch box to keep your food cold.

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