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A bar of soap is typically good for three years from the manufacturing date. Some signs that soap is starting to go bad include visible cracks and dryness.

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While shampoo often does not come with an expiration date, it generally keeps for anywhere from one to three years. Although expired shampoo is not dangerous to use, it is less effective than fresh shampoo.

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The shelf life for Naproxen tablets is three years from the manufacturing date. Ideal storage conditions include a dry, dark place at temperatures below 77 degrees Fahrenheit. Naproxen tablets generally come in polypropy...

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SIMILAR ARTICLES

Packaged tea, loose tea and powdered tea mix can last between 6 months to a year when stored in the pantry and can last for 1 to 2 years past the printed expiration date when stored in the freezer. Tea that has been stee...

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Sunscreen stays fresh for three years and has an expiration date on the bottle. Sunscreen lasts for three years only if stored in cool places.

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Every hair dye has an expiration date, which is typically about three to five years for an unopened product. Open boxes that are kept in a cool, dry place are still good for anywhere from nine to 18 months.

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As of 2015, resident alien cards, also known as green cards, have an expiration date of 10 years from when they are issued, notes the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. The time limit was put into place ...

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