Coffee canisters are easy to repurpose for any number of things. And repurpose them we do!
Y’all know we love our coffee. We prefer Folgers to other brands of coffee. But at least their coffee canister is food-grade plastic. So in addition to other non-food repurposes, I’m able to do even more with it.
I can store large quantities of dried herbs in them.
I wanted to repurpose empty coffee cans for decorative food storage. Unfortunately cleaning away the print from the surface of the can was surprisingly difficult. But I was finally successful – come see how!
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Recently I was chatting with a friend about those little red plastic coffee containers.I love them and use them often for storing various things when we’ve consumed all the coffee from them.
I use them to store short-term quantities of chicken feed, for my gardening purposes, as a compost container to collect items destined for the*compost tumbler, etc.
But after a while you’re run out of things to do with them.I sadly told RancherMan to just go ahead and start putting them in the recycling bin, there was no other use I needed them for.
But in chatting with a friend she said she uses them for pots on her porch.Humm….