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  • Valentina M. 1 year ago
  • David S. 2 years ago
    I don't like to throw things in the trash that I know can be recycled, even when it is made with materials that makes it so that my recycling company won't accept it. When we empty an aerosol can it gets thrown into a bucket until there are enough and I make the time to remove the tops with the spray valves. I built a device that safely pokes a hole in the can to release any remaining propellant and then I cut off the top at the rolled edge and discard the valve. The tube is removed from the valve and I give it to my wife where uses them with some of her craft projects. The only thing the can is made of then is steel, which then goes in the recycling bin.
  • Craig N. 3 years ago
    What about a Pringles can? The plastic top and the metal bottom?
  • Olivia F. 3 years ago
  • Debbie S. 3 years ago
    I will have to ask
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