So you plan on buying over 100 large plastic Easter eggs for a super duper Easter egg hunt that you are putting on for all the kids in your neighborhood. But you are in two minds whether to use something else besides plastic eggs as you don’t want to have to throw them all away once Easter is over, or have the hassle of storing them somewhere clean and out of direct sunlight for next year. Well, feel good about using large plastic Easter eggs for you hunt this year as they are handy little things to have around the house. Let’s take a look at how they can be recycled and used around the house as handy containers.Handy Little Household Storage DevicesIf you have decided to go for a large plastic Easter egg that doesn’t have any holes in and is pretty air tight, then they can be used as a fab way to keep paints or varnishes in for a small painting or varnishing job. For example, if you have sanded down an old wooden chair and plan to give it a new lease of life with a few coats of varnish. Then you can pour some varnish… Read full this story
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