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Second Use Ideas for Plastic Bags

Lets face it, I am sure at home you have some stashed away somewhere. Everyone in some shape or form uses plastic bags. Many of us keep them in the kitchen draw at home. What do you do when you have too many? Well here are a few ideas of what you can do with them!

* Keep a few in the car, so that if you ever need to change your car tyre, you can lean on them and it saves getting your knees dirty.

* User larger bags to line your dustbin.

* Cover a paintbrush with a plastic bag when you go for a break or even overnight. Make sure the bag is closed tightly and this will prevent the paint from drying out on the brush.

* Cut bags into strips and crochet, knit, weave, or needlepoint a doormat for wet days.

* Sponge paint with a bags instead of a sea sponge. Crumple, dip, dab on paper, and then apply to walls.

* Cut a bag into strips to hold vines and canes and other plants in place, but don't tie them too tightly.

* Use them as shower caps. Just find one that fits, or use a larger one and tie it around your head, rolling a cuff to keep it in place better.

* Use recycled bags to take bottles to the bottle banks.

* Tuck a plastic bag under your bike seat, then if it gets wet in the rain while you're shopping or whatever, you can pull the bag out, slip it over the wet seat and ride off in comfort.

* Take a bag with you when you walk the dog, so that you clean up after it.

Source: About.com

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