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Plastic bottles aren’t great for the environment but we can do our bit by recycling them and turning our used plastic bottles into something else we can use.

Be amazed as you see plastic bottles used as cups, funnels, a juicer, a mouse trap and lots more! You’ll never throw out a plastic bottle again!

How do you reuse your old plastic bottles?

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  • Some good ideas!

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  • I try not to buy too much plastic – but this guy is certainly incredibly creative and innovative.

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  • I have removed the base of a large plastic bottle and used as a windbreak for tiny seedlings to stop them from being blown over. If it was frosty I left the lid on overnight otherwise I left it open to allow air flow.

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  • Great ideas for recycling. Think I’ll still squash most of mine and put them in the recycling bin

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  • great ideas though I am so uncoordinated I would probably slice my arm off or burn myself!

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  • I just put them in Recycling. I have seen people use cut down bottles in their gardens for slow release fertilizer etc. When my son was a baby, I filled a small cola bottle with rice for a rattle-type toy for him. He loved it.

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  • I don’t really buy plastic bottles. I reuse the plastic milk bottles for giving water to the chickens.

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  • I must say I also recycle them.

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  • Don’t often buy things in plastic bottles but if I do they get used in my garden as extra waterers to keep the water up to my plants for a longer time.

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  • Oh wow, some truly clever ideas. I like the spoon/sugar scoop.

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  • we reuse our water bottles until they start to get a bit worn and then we recycle them.

    Some great ideas here thank you for sharing

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  • Good ideas, i rarely use plastic bottles but when i do they always are recycled.

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  • Loved the idea for making the glue dispenser!

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  • I like some of the ideas! :-) I don’t have many plastic bottles. I generally keep some in case my daughter needs to use them for some science project.

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  • We re-use ours water bottles with tap water.

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