ok seriously should have already thought of this!!! Use empty Lysol wipes containers to keep plastic grocery bags! Keep in your car for wet swimsuits, dirty diapers, trash, etc. Totally portable, and she even shows you how to put the bags in so they pop out one after another!
Crystal Light Containers. I buy it all the time, remove the packages then the label and use the containers for daughters hair accessories, junk drawer (batteries, rubber bands, etc), snacks for road trips.
Dirty Showerheads: -1/3 cup baking soda -1 cup white vinegar -1 plastic bag -1 large bag twisty tie Mix baking soda and vinegar in bag over a sink. Place bag over showerhead. Be sure it is submerged in the baking soda/vinegar solution. Secure with twisty tie. Let the showerhead soak in the solution overnight or for at least 2-3 hours. Wipe off showerhead prior to use. Enjoy your free flowing showerhead! Pretty easy and cheap, huh?
These hanging storage bins are made from baby wipes containers, but they could be made with any tall, round container...coffee creamer, bleach, etc. They can also be covered with colored duct tape or painted to match the area around them. These would be great drink holders if you find a way to hang them on the deck or chair rail.
Repurposed Baby Wipes Containers – How to cover labels that are too hard to remove + a link to the recipe for the reusable fabric softener sheets pictured. | Post: "My Top Ten Repurposed Household Containers" by Jill on July 23, 2012 via One Good Thing by Jillee