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EMPTY Plastic Buckets with lids – many uses, including movable posts - $3 (Lockport)

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condition: good
These are EMPTY buckets
Holds 6 gallons

$3 each

Contact me RE current inventory

MANY USES:
• Paint bucket
• Tool tote
• Fill with cement and add a post for a movable base/support – see photos
o No digging holes, everything is movable
• Garden tote
• Mop bucket
• Toys
• Craft tote
• Stackable storage
• Bicycle luggage carriers that are waterproof – see photos
• ADD A CUSHION
• Keep camping gear dry
• Fishing bait carrier
• Fish catch carrier
• Ice bucket
• Farm animal mineral block holder – cut hole in the side – see photo
• Upcycled Filing Cabinet Planter – see photo
• Or more litter when purchasing bags

• * * * * * What will you use these for? * * * * *

See photos for ideas, such as how they are used as movable posts and as unique waterproof bicycle luggage carriers.

Check out more uses by PetsLady on the Internet. Look for the post called, “20 Clever Ideas For Recycling Kitty Litter Containers”

Here’s another use from Carmel , Indiana Fire Department: Odd request... no, we didn’t adopt a firehouse kitten. We can save nearly $20 for every one we get. Our trucks carry a product we put down on spilled oil or gas after a car accident. A bag of the stuff costs the department $5, and a bucket (very similar to what’s in the picture) with product in it costs over $25. We’d like to buy the bags and then just transfer it into the buckets. *** These Tidy Cats buckets are the perfect size to fit the area of the fire truck we keep the stuff, which is why we’re specifically asking for this size container.

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