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64 Comments

Great way to keep things tidy in the work shed.


Material

  • milo tins
  • screws

Method

  1. Put Milo tin against the wall on where you want it to be and screw in the screws from inside the tin on the bottom to attach it to the wall.
  2. Add what ever you want too.

Notes

Endless possibilities, add extra milo tins when others have been filled.




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  • kjgarner
    • 23 Mar 2014
      11:26 pm

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  • I think this is such a creative way to recycle old milo cans. Sadly, we don’t have much milo, but we will use old coffee tins

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  • I love these in my shed, so many different items in them


    • All those bits and bobs that you don’t want to get misplaced

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  • Great idea to make enough space for the light things storage.

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  • Nice idea but I’d make sure you were screwing the tin to a suitable ‘support’ behind the wall, and keep in mind this is for light things. The tins also do rust so be prepared to change them. Great idea though!

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  • Fab storage solution which looks pretty durable too!

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  • Great idea! I suppose you could keep the lids and mark them up with whatever is inside too!

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  • A good creative idea! Thanks so much!

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  • My Hubby will Love this, Thanks for sharing!

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  • A good idea!

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  • Thanks again for sharing this clever project/idea; have successfully used it. :)


    • oh that is so awesome! i hope you love it. it is really helpful for the bits and pieces and recycles a lot.

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  • Such a great way to use all the old milo tins


    • We love it because we are always drinking milo



      • And adding new milo tins to the creation

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  • Wow what a nifty idea. I can’t wait to show the other half. Thanks

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  • great idea
    thanks for posting

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  • this is such a cool idea

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  • Thanks for sharing this clever and practical idea, good use for those Milo tin.

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