Any plastic bottle that comes from a store
and initially contains drink or mild household cleaning substance
can be safely reused and/or recycled and be useful
for many different projects.
You can make all kinds of useful things to use around
the house or office. You can recycle water bottles, soda bottles,
drink and juice bottles, wine bottles, vinegar bottles, liquid
soap and detergent bottles of all sizes. Some of the bottles are
even pretty enough to keep as is and use to store herbs, teas, spices,
other finely milled foods like sugar and salt or pepper if you buy
them in a bigger package and need then to put it in a different container
for convenient use.
A good way to recycle/reuse bottles is to utilize the bottles as a handy container just to keep
some water in it in case there are plumbing repairs and the water in
the house needs to be shot off for a short time, or they can hold
cut flowers and you can put several of them around every room with
just a few or a single flower in each for a very inexpensive and
refreshing room decoration.
Very small and tiny bottles like pill bottles and pill plastic
containers can be used for all kinds of recycling projects as well.
Here is just a few ways how you can reduce
the amount of waist that adds to pollution,
and at the same time create a new and useful piece
to use at home, outside in the yard or at work in the office.
Saving water when filling up a toilet tank.
You can reduce the amount of water that flashes the toilet
by making the toilet tank use less water to fill up.
Fill a plastic bottle with water, put inside a toilet tank.
This will make the toilet tank use less water
when filling up.
Plastic bottle recycled into a bug catcher.
Cut a plastic bottle into two pieces somewhere around the middle,
flip the top part and place inside the bottom one,
pour a small amount of juice or sweet liquid inside
and your bug catcher is ready to be placed where
the bugs are bugging you.
Plastic water bottle turned into a mini green house.
Cut a plastic bottle around the middle
but leave about an inch uncut so that the two pieces are not
Fill the bottom part with potting soil and drop in some seeds.
Watch your mini green house beginning to grow fresh new greens.
Gift wrapped package that you can take to the post office to mail.
Cut the top from a plastic 2 liter soda bottle or a large water bottle,
fill up the bottom part with the content you want to mail,
wrap into a pretty wrapping paper or plastic
and your gift package is ready to go.
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