50 all time favorite new uses for old things from Real Simple. As pictured: tissue box as plastic bag dispenser. Plastic Grocery, Old Things, Empty Tissue, Plastic Bags Holders, Grocery Bags, Crafts Ideasdiy, Tissue Boxes, Plastic Bags Storage Ideas, Under Bathroom Sinks
Put grocery store bags in a empty tissue box and store on the inside of a cabinet door. Good idea for bathrooms - replace bag in the trash can.
A giveaway shower cap becomes the perfect wrapper for shoes when traveling, preventing them from dirtying clothes packed in your suitcase.
An empty rectangular tissue box makes a convenient holder for small garbage bags, plastic grocery bags and small rags. Simply thumbtack it to the inside of a cabinet door.
Forget unruly plastic bags that seemingly regenerate under your sink. An empty tissue box keeps them neatly corralled and ready for use.
Clean out a ketchup bottle and add your pancake batter. This will allow you to squeeze out as much as you want without dealing with all the mess. This would also work great with mustard and honey bottles, or any other squeezable bottles.
Zippered Plastic Bag as Wax Remover - To freeze wax so you can remove it from a tablecloth, fill a plastic bag with ice cubes and cover the wax with it for about 20 minutes.
Another pinner wrote: "How to Fold Plastic Grocery Bags - Awesome! I had my bags taking up a whole drawer and now they're taking up just a small area. It didn't take long to do and works on all sized bags (I even folded up the large target ones). Simply Brilliant idea." I am both mesmerized at the OCD idea of "neatly" folding plastic grocery bags and the simple folding method ...