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    Bucket too big? Use a dustpan to fill something that doesn't fit in the sink.

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    • L Lee

      This is a link to Life Hacks search results. - Dustpan-as-Funnel to Fill a Bucket (pictured) is found here: http://lifehacker.com/5883886/fill-up-large-buckets-with-water-using-a-dust-pan

    • Danielle Martin

      Use a Dustpan to Fill Containers That Don’t Fit in Your Sink via Lifehacker. Yeah, I definitely hadn't thought of that. Such a smart idea!

    • Shannon Pitsenbarger

      Great idea! This happens to me all the time! Bucket too big to fill up with water? Use a dust pan to fill up larger buckets

    • Crystal Arp

      Such a smart idea for filling up something that doesn't fit in the sink - GENIUS. Am I the only one spazzing that the dust pan might not be clean?

    • Kelsey Paulsen

      Cleaning - Tip for filling up something that doesn't fit in the sink - Use a dust pan

    • Emanuel Wood

      Helpful hint (: use a clean dustpan to fill buckets that don't fit under the faucet!

    • Edi King

      life hacks how to make your life easier (14 )dust pan override for filling buckets

    • Christina Lewis

      Life hacks. A dust pan... What a great idea.

    • Marina DeGeorgia

      Good idea! Fill a bucket using a dust pan.

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