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    • Raquel Licata

      Use a clean dustpan to fill a container that doesn't fit in the sink. 18 Household Tips That Will Help You Get Through Your Everyday Life

    • Nise at Tahoe

      Use a clean dustpan to fill a container that doesn't fit in the sink. From 50 Life Hacks To Simplify Your World (14)

    • Florianne van Roosmalen

      "Use a Dustpan to Fill Containers That Don’t Fit in Your Sink" ~ by Farrah Fair via Reddit ~ "Parenting weblog Farrah Fair has a brilliant tip for those occasions when you need to fill a bucket or other container from the water faucet in a small sink. Use a standard dustpan that is designed to snap onto a broom handle. The portion of the handle that snaps on creates a perfect channel to extend the reach of your faucet over the sink to your barrel." ~ via David Galloway ~ lifehacker Clever Uses

    • Vanessa Fong

      Use a dustpan to fill a bucket that won't fit in the sink....not that I ever actually FILL mop buckets...but it's a great idea! (only if it's a clean dustpan!)

    • Carla ♡

      Good idea for filling up something that doesn't fit in the sink. And you clean your dustpan at the same time haha

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