How-To Recycle a Wet Wipe Container
If you are germ conscious or have little ones in the house or car you probably have a container of wet wipes nearby. In the age of green we all like to do our part, no matter how small, so why not re-purpose one of those to hold all those plastic bags we bring home from the grocery store? I just finished up one of the big square boxes that was in the “baby guest room” in our home. You know, the kind made by Huggies that have a squiggly perforation under the cover to pull the wipes through. So I re-purposed mine to hold those pesky bags that I just had stuck into one another and stored in the pantry closet.
There are a variety of ways that you can store all those bags, a wet wipe container only one of many. Of course a rolled up mass of bags isn’t going to magically dispense themselves like they do when they come fresh from the store, however the container looks a sight better than a bunch of wadded up bags stuck in the closet or under the sink.
The folks over at Savvy Housekeeping have a number of ways they are storing these bags that seem to reproduce like rabbits. They tried a tissue box but didn’t seem too thrilled with result, but see the others they do like. Do you have a favorite way of storing these bags once you empty out all your groceries?