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  • Shani Edge

    Finally!!! A use for empty Laundry Detergent bottles. Reuse plastic containers to hold screws and nails..

  • Glass Doctor®

    Laundry detergent containers turned into garage storage for nails & screws! #DIY

  • Brielle Dickinson

    1 of 2 Recycle laundry detergent bottles Save those 100-oz. laundry detergent bottles and use them to hold jumbo supplies of screws and nails. Cut the top off the bottle to create a wide-mouth bin with a built-in #interior design #interior decorating #home interior design 2012 #home design #modern house design| http://amazinghomedesignsimages317.blogspot.com

  • Brandy Roberts

    garage organization - laundry detergent bottles

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