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  • Donna C. 4 years ago
    Like the irrigation idea. I have a clothes pin holder like Jan. I also make a plastic bag holder to keep under the kitchen and bath sinks. Just cut an opening across from the handle. Roll the bags and poke them in. You can store quite a few bags in small space and they are always handy.
  • james and Ella Mae j. 5 years ago
    very interesting
  • Elaine F. 6 years ago
    good to know.
  • 6 years ago
    I use milk and juice jugs for my garden and well pump lines in the winter time. I fill them with water and put them around my plants or lines and then cover with a trap or garden sheets. This traps the daytime warmth for the night so that the plants or lines do not freeze. I put them out around mid November and don't touch until mid April.
  • 6 years ago
    I save energy by hanging my laundry out on the clothesline whenever it isn't raining and I made a clothpin holder from a milk jug by cutting through the handle at its bottom to slide over the clothesline and cutting a hole in the side to put the clothepins in. Works like a charm.
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