So a plastic bag for garbage isn't good enough for your car?
How using about a plastic cereal storage container? Just add a small trash bag, and snap the lid back on! ⇒
⇐ Even cheaper (assuming you use this product) - a recycled Cascade dish soap container?
Just Mod Podge on a pretty fabric or stick on some contact paper!
What large size plastic container in your house could you recycle into a car garbage container?
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From our Facebook fan page:
Laura Toff posted: Thanks for sharing this awesome idea. If you're brave enough, the cat litter comes in large plastic bins too!!!
Tony Chang posted: I reuse my cat litter buckets too, and not just for used litter. not always the most pleasing colors (Tidy Cats' yellow and red comes to mind) but I suppose you could paint as well as paper?
Michelle Rollins posted: Now I totally want some Cascade dish soap containers.
Jennifer Heatherly posted: I use the cat liter buckets. One has become the trash can in the laundry room, one is a car wash bucket, etc.
Deedee Warner posted: I store cat food (after washing the container, of course) in an empty litter bucket.
Penny Jones Roberts posted: I gave one of these to my grandson for storing his Legos....also others for some of his small toys
Amy Madsen Bjerke posted: Good idea. Can't wait to try.
Christy Caroline Wong posted: I reused a Cascade bucket as a pen/pencil/marker holder for my 10 year old daughter. She loves it!
• Plaid Mod Podge
• Kittrich Marble Contact Paper
• Sterilite+ UltraSeal™ Food Container
• Cascade Actionpacs Dishwasher Detergent
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