Tuesday Tips – Cat Litter Containers

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I have a lot of yarn.

No, really.

The problem is, that all that yarn piled into a mountain in the middle of my living room would be a lot of fun, for about five minutes.

Then, The Cats.

So, what to do with it until I’m ready to turn it into something?

Cat litter containers!  I might as well get SOME use out of all the shitsand we use at our house.  ~grin~

Many of the litter companies sell litter in large plastic three or five gallon-size containers with locking lids.  Once you’ve used the litter, wash them out and store your yarn.  They also have the advantage of stacking well, which is useful if you have an unused corner behind a door, say.

What about you, Dear Reader?  What are your favorite supply storage tips?

2 Replies to “Tuesday Tips – Cat Litter Containers”

  1. I’m using large clear plastic containers with lock down lids for clearing clutter. This way I can see what is inside and the cats can’t get into it. Cat hair! It’s everywhere, it’s everywhere! Rolling across the floor like tumbleweed. And some things are a pain to get it off of. Even the underwear in my drawers is in clear bags sealed with twist ties. That way if Miss Sneakybutt burrows into the drawer when my back is turned, the clothes are safe.

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