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    Brilliant food storage idea

    Brilliant left over storage, and great up-cycle!!
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    Last edited by DogHouseMom; 05-12-2012 at 06:42 AM.
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    Thanks for the tip...great way to recycle.

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    OMG! GREAT idea. hurry and get a patent.
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    It's a great idea, thanks for sharing.

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    wow, how clever

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    This is TOO great!! Thanks for sharing
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    Good idea thank you

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    That is a cool idea and we can envision an info-commercial on the horizon. Second set free, just pay separate SH. **

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    is it worth the loss of the refund on the now-useless bottle?
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmquilter View Post
    That is a cool idea and we can envision an info-commercial on the horizon. Second set free, just pay separate SH. **
    Yea, and all for just...... yep, you guessed it! 19.99!!!! But wait........ LOL!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Liz92B View Post
    is it worth the loss of the refund on the now-useless bottle?
    THERE ARE NO REFUNDS ON PLASTIC BOTTLES HERE. sorry bout caps.
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    Gee, I just put the twist tie back one when I am done.


    Although, I do recycle some of my liter bottles and make disposable fly traps for the stable.
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    This is an excellent idea. Thanks a lot.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Liz92B View Post
    is it worth the loss of the refund on the now-useless bottle?
    why couldn't you still recycle bottle with the top missing ? i would think as long as the upc code is readable there would be no problem.
    dotti

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    Brilliant indeed.

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    That is one of those "duh?" moments when you think, "Now why didn't I think of that?" DAnt wait to try it. Thanks for sharing

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    That is really smart.

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    Oh Honey get yourself a patent Lawyer and register this ASAP!!!! Forget the bottle top (you"ll just have to manufacture that part to match with the lid) You have a wonderful idea!!!
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    That's very neat!

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    you can find gadgets in the stores that do this same thing...I have 2. they work great.
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    Cool idea!!!

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    very cool idea. thanks for sharing

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    Cool! Thanks for sharing!

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    Awesome!! I'm so going to try that!!!!
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