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    • Chloe Cheung

      Clean out an old lotion bottle and hide your phone, money, & keys in it for your beach bag. Such a good idea because I always worry about leaving my bag unattended at the beach.

    • Carolyn Myres

      ShaZaam! Wash out the empty container and store your cell phone, keys, etc. in it when at the beach, pool, etc. Good idea!

    • Kristen Smith

      GENIUS for the beach bag! Wash out an existing container and store phone, keys etc. Great idea - I hate leaving that stuff around while I'm in the water.

    • Christy Holt

      this is a really smart idea - clean out an old lotion bottle and hide your phone, money, and keys in it for your beach bag.

    • Kylie W-Y

      "THis looks like a deodorant??"Clean out an old lotion bottle and hide your phone, money, and keys in it for your beach bag. Great idea for this summer!

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