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    • Sydney Riegel

      finally a use for all those liquor bottles! Instead of a boring dish soap bottle on the counter.... fill an alcohol bottle (Long Live JD) add a liquor spout and voila. I always used a wine bottle but wanted something smaller, this was perfect!

    • Ryan Maynard

      Instead of a boring dish soap bottle on the counter.... fill an alcohol bottle, add a liquor spout and voila. Kind of a cool idea

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