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DIY Containers – Recycle Liquid Coffee Containers

I love this DIY Containers – Recycle Liquid Coffee Container organization tip!  I think this is a great way to recycle those liquid coffee containers. I fill them up with Cheerios, Goldfish and Pretzels and take them in the car when we go on road trips, sporting events or running errands. I think it is perfect for Goldfish crackers in particular so they stay fresh and don’t get crumbled in the bag :-)

A tip to remove the smell from the creamer is to fill them with vinegar and soak over night in your sink.  Another tip is to put in crumpled up newspaper and then re-wash.   Another great tip to know is that you can FREEZE Coffee Creamer!  Check out this post on how to freeze it!

Be sure to check out these coffee posts:

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Other Organization Posts You May Enjoy:

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If you are looking for a great deal on coffee check out Cross Country Cafe. We always post their Wacky Wednesday Deal (even better than you can find on Amazon) and other great deals as we find them too!

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    If you look closely while driving out and about, you’ll discover Shipping containers just about everywhere. Following long travels on the sea, you’ll observe containers in the final distribution channels. When you get stopped at the train crossing, you’re very likely to see train car after train car filled with containers, or you’ll observe commercial transport trucks carrying them around on carriages and flat beds full of goods of every type. Once shipping containers are retired from use overseas service, you’ll see them behind retail stores and on building sites supplying secure storage for equipment and inventory doing duty as storage containers.

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