Food, dogs, gardening, books.
I bet that without the warning, someone would deliberately not remove it, then say they got sick from eating bits of semi-dissolved plastic, and sue the company. Some people will do anything for $$.
Liability is top priority now. This company is probably trying to protect itself. I agree about some cooks being a little....air-headed. Have you seen some of the cooking gadgets that are out on the market? Some of THOSE are really dumb!You should have a weekly post on some of these dumb gadgets for the dumb cooks. We would contribute to your event! :)
ha!!! that is really funny. why do you even need to cover them with plastic in the first place?
Hi Vicki. That's a sad thought, but you're probably right. Or, Diane, as you say, idiocy could factor in. Katy, the plastic is just baffling to begin with.Hmmm, dumb gadget of the week? I could certainly do that. I probably have a few in my kitchen already.
but it would work so well to keep the actual tool clean!
Um, yeah! Like plastic slipcovers on the couch!