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  • Christine A. 2 months ago
    I witnessed an18 month little girl with her finger stuck in a can that the lid was not totally removed. She had many stitches. Always remove, clean, put lid back in can and squeeze just enough to keep it from coming out.
  • Chris G. 5 months ago
    Recycle them with the cans.........
  • Caleb M. 7 months ago
    If the lid is completely separated from the can, after you have rinsed both can and lid, simply drop the lid in the bottom of the can. Then you can squeeze the top of the can inward slightly so that the lid cannot fall out. Lids can be recycled all by themselves, as the recycler will most likely use an electromagnet to separate out metal cans, and the lids will be separated out along with the cans.
    • Christine A. 2 months ago
      That is what I have done for years too! I witnessed an18 month little girl with her finger stuck in a can that the lid was not totally removed. She had many stitches. Always remove, clean, put lid back in can and squeeze just enough to keep it from coming out
  • tommy b. 7 months ago
    today
  • Janette N. 7 months ago
    Leave the lid on the can. You do not need to cut it all the way off.
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