10 Items We Unknowingly Continue to Use After Their Expiration Date

We all have things at home that are stored for years and even decades. They seem eternal to us, but the majority of them are actually limited by an expiration date, after which the items become useless and possibly even dangerous.

We collected a list of the most common household items that actually have an expiration date. Check if such “treasures” are stored in your home.

10. Slippers — 6 months

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Home slippers “live” for only half a year, and then they turn into a potential breeding ground for fungus.

9. Pillows — 2-3 years

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Regardless of the type of filling, a pillow loses its shape after 2-3 years, and dust mites begin to appear in it. Healthy sleeping is more important than not changing pillows, isn’t it?

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