10 Home Items You Can Reuse Over And Over Again


Before starting throwing away the items that are single-use, exceeded their wear and tear limit or just suffered an accident that made them unusable anymore, you should stop for a moment and reconsider the range of their possible usage. Take your time to rethink the value of these items, and generate a list of valid ways, these can be reused to the benefit of your house and your personal well-being.

10 Home Items You Can Reuse Over And Over Again

Check out this awesome recycling guide and thus, you will end up saving money, time, and of course bringing an eco-friendly impact on the environment. Here are 10 home items, you can breathe a new life in, by re-purposing them wisely.

Glass Jars
You can reuse old glass containers for canning your pastry items. Avoid clutter on your desk, by a having a great organizer, to put together all pencils and other office supplies. Go innovative with a unique set of drinking glasses out of leftover beer bottles, and even farther, with a music amplifier and a gorgeous candle filled with light strings.

Magazines
Make use of mountains of paper in your home, by crafting spacious woven baskets, or turning old magazines into wrapping paper. Avoid buying new seed pots, by transforming your newspapers into a durable container for plants. Also, last-decade calendar pages will find their modern usage into new DIY envelopes.

Plastic Bags
There are a plethora of ways you can benefit from apparently single-use plastic bags. You can extend their life, by using them as trash bag in your kitchen, bathroom, or place them in the car to accumulate the litter. Also, you can reuse them for safety purpose, wrapping them around floor and sugar bags to contain all the mess, and avoid clean-up. Do not hesitate to donate your plastic bags to a thrift shop or charity, so that they do not buy all over new ones.

Blankets and Towels
Do not rush to get rid of your discolored or holed blankets and towels. Reuse them, by cutting them up into useful washcloths. Otherwise, you can bring them into an animal shelter, where they will find their use as warm and soft place of sleeping for dogs.

Seeds
Instead of buying them from the grocery store, generate your own harvest of vegetables. Reuse their seeds, by sowing them in your garden. Thus, you will save money, and be ensured of the natural quality of the food you eat. Also, create a beautiful garden landscaping, by seeding your favorite flowers, for the next season.

Plastic Bottles and Containers
Put to good use once-used plastic containers, by storing in them bathroom items, and creating such a great cleaning-up tool as plastic bottle groom. Also, become a friend of nature, by making from your pile of leftover soda bottles some bird feeders, and self-watering seed pots.

Stove Heat
That does not go only with food cooking. Go witty, and reuse the heat generated by your stove into warming up the air in your home. Open up the heated up stove, and let the warm air travel around your house.

Broken Dishes
Go creative instead of going upset, from breaking into pieces your favorite china dish. Collect the shards and create something that will improve the design of your house. This can be re-tiling the outdoor paths, tables, or raising an outstanding border for your garden. Also, your broken china can help you spice up the look of flower pots and create unique jewelry.

Outdated Furniture
Before disposing of your vintage furniture and replace it with a modern one, dedicate some time and effort for disassembling it and keeping the wood. Later, you can repair, polish, and reuse it to create new hang drawers and shelves.

Coffee
Save significant funds on putting value on leftover coffee. Do not throw away the coffee that you do not drink. Reuse it, by putting it in ice cubes in the fridge. Also, you can reuse the coffee grinds, by adding them to the soil, as effective compost.

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