Introduction: Those plastic prescription pill bottles you may have in your medicine cabinet can be recycled and reused in a variety of ways.
Use pill bottles to store sorted small screws, bolts, nails and other shop supplies that might normally accumulate at the bottom of the junk drawer, or are loose on a garage workbench.
Prescription pill bottles are a convenient way to store quarters or other change for toll booths and public parking meters. You can also roll up paper currency and store in the glove box so that you always have "emergency" cash on hand.
Amber colored pill bottles are a great way to store and organize your fruit and vegetable seeds for future planting. Be sure to label the contents and add a silica gel packet to keep them dry.
Plastic prescription pill bottles can come in very handy for storing all sorts of craft supplies from beads and rhinestones to quilting needles and buttons. The safety caps make them a wise choice for taking your craft supplies with you.
Prescription pill bottles make great weatherproof first aid kits to take on your next camping or hiking trip, or to keep in your car or RV. Tweezers, bandages, individual packets of pain relievers like Tylenol or Motrin and first aid cream are just a few of the items you can easily store in one medium to large bottle.
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pill bottles are great for storing beads and craft supplies. Thanks for the tip. H5
Top Five Ways to Recycle Prescription Pill Bottles is Great idea! Thanks!
Super ideas. I'm going to make a few mini first-aid kits soon.
As long as you can get the pesky child-proof lid off of it.
What great ideas for reusing prescription pill bottles! Number 3 is very helpful -- I wouldn't have thought about the silica gel.
Your list is such a valuable one to recycle prescription bottles.
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