We had been using our older plastic coffee mugs for years and they were starting to make us nervous. Although we have aluminum and stainless steel containers for water, we were still using the same old gross plastic ones for coffee. That changed the other day when I went out and bought these new fancy-schmancy ones that are all stainless steel with a thermal vacuum between the layers. The main problem with them? Within walking distance of my house, the only place I could get them was one of those chain coffee places (which shall remain anonymous) that puts their own logo all over the mug. Sorry, but if you want me to advertise for you, you should give me the mug for free. Well, I fixed that problem right when I got them home. Here is mine:
I have no idea how long these stickers will stay on after washings, but I figure I can just keep adding stickers over stickers and it will eventually create an impermeable barrier to water. What do you think? Too much? Good idea? Bad idea? I think I need more stickers.