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  • Chris G. 6 months ago
    I can't keep cardboard boxes around. My kids love to make cars and space ships with them. The cat loves to scratch them too.
  • Les S. 1 year ago
    TOYS! For pets and children. What cat can resist playing in a box? Cut into squares and glued into little buildings (like architects do) can stimulate a child's creativity for hours. I've seen kids construct fully operating vending machines on YouTube...made entirely of cardboard boxes!
  • Antonia P. 1 year ago
    Thanks for the tip about using it as mulch. I never thought of it, but now that I've read it, I can't believe I never thought of it before!
  • Barbara C. 1 year ago
    I always keep 2 in the trunk. One holds my picnic cooler, because I always take a block of that re-freezable ice and put it in the cooler when I go grocery shopping and am buying milk and other perishables. The second box holds my bags of groceries. I'll also use an old cardboard box when I rake up leaves and brush and carry it to my compost pile. And the boxes come in handy when I'm either mailing or packaging Birthday or Christmas presents.
  • erica m. 1 year ago
    Cut them to size for drawer and caninet liners in kitchens and bathrooms. Then cover the top side with attractive contact paper. When I moved out, I tossed the liners and the drawers and cabinets were immaculately clean and new with zero effort since the cardboard padding had absorbed dents and drips.
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