15 Creative Uses For Plastic Storage Containers Around Home & Garden

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Those clear plastic storage containers or bins are the best way to store and declutter your home. However, they can do much more than that. Smart people see through the normal and discover some really creative uses for those plastic storage containers around home and garden.

I love to use plastic storage containers. They are perfect for storing out-of-season clothes. I specially love those clear plastic storage bins. You can stack them easily. And more importantly, when you need to find something, you don’t have to dig though all of your bins to find it, as you can see through from the outside.

If those reasons are not enough for you to fall in love with those storage containers, now here is another big one. These storage bins are great for many other purposes as well. Some of them are quite amazing.

Creative Uses For Plastic Storage Containers

Over the years, people have discovered some great uses for plastic storage containers. From seed starter greenhouse, litter box, hamster home, to floating cooler, the possibility seems endless.

We have scoured the internet and put together this list of creative uses to sparkle your imagination. Go through the list. One of solutions might throw light on the problem that you are trying to solve.

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# 1 How to Make a Storage Container Organizer

Build a storage organizer using inexpensive plastic containers and some plywood. Great for storing tools, odds and ends & MORE!

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# 2 DIY Floating Cooler

The only thing better than spending a lazy day in the pool is cooling off with a nice refreshing drink. But, who wants to get up out of the pool to grab a cold soda? You don\'t have to when you have a floating cooler! Fill a plastic bin with ice and drinks and use foam pool noodles to keep it afloat.

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# 3 Make A DIY Yarn Storage Box

If your project uses a lot of different colors, you may want to consider a larger container with multiple holes for your yarn, such as these plastic storage bins.

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# 4 DIY Hamster Cage

Make a DIY hamster cage for your furry little pet. Stack plastics bins on top of each other and use wire mesh to make the \"cage\" part of this setup. Use plastic pet funnels to connect the two cages together.

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# 5 DIY Top Entry Cat Litter Box For Under $5 Dollars!

This DIY top entry litter box is the cat\'s meow! It\'s roomy and allows for more privacy for your cat to do its business. With this top entry box there will be less litter tracking which means a cleaner floor. It is completely enclosed on four sides which means no more splattering for those cats that like to paw around in their litter boxes and for those who can\'t always seem to keep their butt inside the litter box. With the tight lid and top entry, there is less chance of crawling babies and dogs getting in and playing with kitty-poo. This box also fits large 30 gallon trash bags which can be used as a liner for clean and easy disposal of cat waste. Standard litter liners can cost as much as 50 cents, or even a dollar and up, but regular trash bags will range around 15 cents and up, and one box can last nearly a whole year (depending on how often you change out your cat litter).

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