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Reusing these Talenti Gelato see through containers! Good reason to eat some more! =)

Another Reason to Eat Gelato | The View from Here

DID IT MYSELF.. i fealt like Martha Turned my yumanski Talenti gelato containers into contacts storage by cleaning them with hot water,dried them,then i used rubbing alcohol to take off the labels on the jar..and violá!

Infusing spirits in empty Talenti containers. Mint, lemon/orange, rose petals, ginger, and cucumber shown here. The dark spirit is rum. Infusing the rum w/mint as a test to see if I can skip a step in my mojito.

Crayon storage - talenti gelato

Talenti Old World Gelato great with gingerbread!

Yum! Talenti Southern Butter Pecan Gelato! Delicious! #talentigelato.

Talenti just tried this and its amazing if only I were on an island

Talenti Gelato. I freaking love this stuff!

Creative storage in my studio. Talenti Gelato containers are heavy duty reusable plastic. Airtight and waterproof. Stackable and easy to clean by hand with soap and water and are dishwasher safe.. They really help me stay organized and are clear for easy identification of my things. :) Not to mention you get to eat the Gelato first!

Great reason to eat Talenti gelato. The container can be easily re-purposed to hold dry-goods, snacks, coffee,etc...

Talenti Gelato plastic containers are great for storing Tide Pods or other laundry detergent pods. It seals the moisture out while saving the space that the bags take up. It also looks more organized.

DIY Makeup Brush Holder (using Talenti Ice Cream container and rice)

Those Talenti Gelato containers are perfect for holding the 64 pack of crayons. I've never liked trying to put the crayons back into the narrow paper containers.

From empty Talenti gelato containers to adorable kids' gifts filled with tiny treasures. I am the recycle queen! ~fawn

Repurpose Talenti gelato containers for other uses by removing the print with nail polish remover!

  • Jessamy Brown
    Jessamy Brown

    Try using nail polish remover that is all acetone.

  • Sarah Lobo
    Sarah Lobo

    I just bought 100% acetone this weekend and tried didn't work. It's strange, because some of them come off so easily. I really wonder if they've changed the ink so that it isn't easily removed. I have access to lots of solvents at work, so I may just try a few different ones and report back!

  • Anu Tammareddi
    Anu Tammareddi

    As I had mentioned, I used rubbing alcohol (91% isopropyl alcohol) and a paper towel. I did this again last week, and it worked just fine for me. I didn't soak the containers or anything, but I was persistent with rubbing on the alcohol. I doubt this is relevant, but I had run the containers in the dishwasher first. It probably took me 15 minutes to remove the ink from each container.

  • Sarah Lobo
    Sarah Lobo

    Hmmmm, I wonder why the rubbing alcohol didn't work for me? I also run mine though the dishwasher first. I still have luck with some of the containers, but the ink on some just won't budge. That's why I was thinking that maybe they have changed their ink formulation and are using the new formula for their newest containers. I couldn't get any of the ink off of the seasonal flavors from this winter.

  • Jessamy Brown
    Jessamy Brown

    I think you may be right because the pure acetone did not work for me this week...

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Reusing Talenti containers for seedling starters

We reuse our adorable Talenti Gelato containers to hold things such as tea, spices, and candy.

My Talenti Gelato entry for #pintcycling (contest has ended). Love using their containers as an individual cupcake carrier to bring to friends so the icing doesn't get squashed.