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  • Barry and Mary D. 2 years ago
    Use the larger QUART CANS WHEN YOU PAINT SO YOU CAN LET OTHERS HELP OR USE AS A CONTAINER WHEN YOU PAINT TRIM OT WHATEVER SO YOU DON'T HAVE TO CARRY THE WHOLE GALLON OF PAINT AROUND.
  • Meg P. 2 years ago
    Great item for soaking paint brushes, workshop or for the kids. Some sizes are better than others, but many uses in the workshop.
  • Gina L. 2 years ago
    If you are a parent of a K-6 child and go through lots of tin cans of the same size decorate them with material, old contact paper, wrapping paper, etc. The next time you want to thank a teacher of the lower grades you will be able send the lot as a gift to the class. (A bit of packaging material on the bottom of each will help to keep them from sliding off school desks.)
  • Ginette F. 5 years ago
    The plastic or styrofoam vegatable and fruit containers (that do not have holes in them) are great to use when painting a room - They can hold small quanties of paint, hold soiled paintbrushes or rags. They can also can be used in the kitchen when rolling food in flour, eggs or bread-crumbs. Glass jars are great for sharing a favorite soup with a sick friend, or a helpful neighbor - put a paper towel over the lid & a rubber-band around the neck.
  • Ginette F. 5 years ago
    "Trash to Treasure" (Ft. Lauderdale,) collects and sells (like @ $1 per pound or by donation): toilet paper & towel rolls, bottle caps, egg cartons, yarn, ric-rac, artificial flowers, small toys, styrofoam popcorn, used 3 ring binders, old material, ribbons, rope, glass jars, flower vases, tissue & wrapping paper, used christmas cards and ornaments. They sell these items and much more for reuse on arts and crafts, school projects and are also available to the public. This amazing place is like a wharehouse/store! They reduce our footprint by keeping it out of landfill and reusing recycalbles.
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