Unitasker Wednesday: Snap-on bedding labels

All Unitasker Wednesday posts are jokes — we don’t want you to buy these items, we want you to laugh at their ridiculousness. Enjoy!

Today’s unitasker is Snap-on bedding labels. These simple to attach, snap-on labels that tell you the size of bed sheets. For about $16 USD, you get four labels. I’m assuming one for each of the flat sheet, fitted sheet and both pillow cases.

You do not need spend $16 USD on this item if:

  • You buy different colours of sheet sets for different sizes of beds in your home and put a colour-code chart in your linen closet to remind people which colour of sheets are which size.
  • You only have one size of bed. All of the sheets would be the same size regardless of colour.
  • You use the same colour of sheets for all the beds but launder the sets of sheets on different days and store the sheets for the bed in the room in which the bed is located so they don’t get mixed up in the linen closet.
  • You use the same colour of sheets for all the beds but you own a Sharpie permanent marker and decide to write a small letter in the corner of each sheet/pillowcase indicating what size it is.

If you do not do any of the above, and have not read our article on how to best store your sheets, feel free to purchase the Snap-on bedding labels.

We’d like to thank reader Ann J. for alerting us to this unitasker!

3 Comments for “Unitasker Wednesday: Snap-on bedding labels”

  1. posted by Bellen on

    My first reaction was “Wow, how stupid!”, then I realized it was a joke that actually existed. My second reaction was “Wow, how smart someone was to make these for those people who are so stupid.” I opt for the different shelves in the linen closet as all our sheets are white and only 2 sizes, king and queen.

  2. posted by Bette on

    How ridiculous! What do these snap-on labels do that the sewn-in labels don’t?!

  3. posted by C on

    I wish they sold blank ones. I’d love to find a (non-permanent) way of marking a corner of my king-sized fitted sheets, so when I go to put them on the bed, I don’t have to play the guessing game of which end is which!

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