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    Don't get rid of your containers!! There are SO many ways to reuse diaper wipe containers!! Click on over for a list of over 20 ways to reuse them! Some are obvious organizational solutions, but some are also very creative!

    Old wipes container for trash bags.... good to put in drawer or under kitchen sink

    Do you reuse your plastic grocery bags? Here's a neat way to store them! ...and they take up very little space!

    DIY: Reusing Baby Wipes Containers to Store Plastic Bags. Tired of all the piles of plastic bags lying around your house? Tired of trashing your old baby wide containers? Here's a great way to keep your plastic bags organized without spending a penny!

    You can design a sturdy metal rack hanging from the rear seat of your vehicle with fabric magic straps. It is a storage of grocery bags, sports equipment, drinks and more. Besides, you can fold it up when not in use so that it is out of the way against the back of the seat.

    reusing a wipes container for plastic shopping bags - plus a wonderful demonstration for folding those bags to pop out of the container one by one...

    Great tip for painting...DUH! So genius!

    Top Ten Repurposed Containers + win a 100-hundred dollar gift card to! Pinning this for my mom. She is a container reuse junkie!

    I need to learn how to do this...


    Repurposing Children’s Items Series: Ways to Repurpose Baby Wipes Containers


    Dryer Lint Cleaning Tips: Clean lint from the dryer exhaust duct quickly and easily!

    "Summer Social" Guest Project — Make an Embellished Grocery Bag Container!! {great item to keep in your car}

    Aluminum foil, wax paper, etc. dispenser... inside the pantry.

    A MUST READ TO BELIEVE: So many uses for Magic Erasers - even ones you never knew about! Seriously, I didn't even finish reading the list...there are a TON of uses!

    Modern Simplicity: 50 Uses for Those Rectangular Baby Wipes Containers!

    video how to make-bleach wipes, baby wipes, glass wipes, and hand sanitizing wipes. each batch costs about 75 cents to make.

    Seal a plastic bag with the top of a water bottle or any plastic bottle and the lid