25 MORE Uses for Baby Wipes Containers

babywipesI wrote this post on 50 Uses for Those Rectangular Baby Wipes Containers over a year ago, and it’s been one of my most popular entries. In response to reader feedback, here are 25 more uses for baby wipes containers (that’s 75 uses I’ve given you — there’s no excuse to throw them away)!

  1. Storing toddler dental supplies (toothbrush, toothpaste, floss, timer)
  2. Storing cassette tapes or mini-DV tapes for your video camera
  3. Organizing garage sale stuff like pricing labels, batteries, small extension cord for testing appliances
  4. A cash box for your garage sale or Girl Scout cookie sale
  5. Holding condiments, utensils, napkins and other small dining supplies in your desk drawer at work
  6. Holding reusable cleaning rags
  7. Storing kids’ puzzles after the box breaks
  8. Storing pieces for board games
  9. Closet emergency kit — fill with a small sewing kit, double-sided tape, safety pins, a lint brush and static spray for wardrobe mishaps
  10. Shoe polishing kit — fill with shoe polish, rags and brushes, leather wipes and deodorizing spray for keeping your shoes fresh
  11. Storing office supplies such as paper clips, binder clips, extra staples, erasers, you name it
  12. Touch-up paint kit — keep small jars of touch-up wall paint and small paint brushes for easy wall upkeep
  13. Home repair kit — keep a screwdriver, screws and nails, a small hammer, picture hangers, and other small items for doing minor home repairs on the fly
  14. Store your iPhone, iPod, cell phone or other mp3 player supplies — extra cases, charging cords, earphones
  15. Child’s treasure box — kids like to collect little treasures everywhere they go — let them store in something small so the collection doesn’t get out of hand
  16. Organize notepads, Post-its and pens for your message center
  17. Store extra keys — but label them first!
  18. Store extra votive and tea light candles
  19. Storing baby socks
  20. Organizing scrapbooking supplies — keep pens, glue, stickers, tape wheels, precut lettering and decor, scissors, diecuts, etc.
  21. Storing baby’s supplies — petroleum jelly, diaper cream, lotion
  22. Holding all those extra business cards
  23. Storing stuff for your gym locker — padlock, deodorant, comb, hair bands, extra socks
  24. Collecting bottle tops until you can finally enter all those Coke codes
  25. You can corral 2 Wii nun-chucks or 2 Wii remotes with sleeves in one box. Other game system components work too, but Wii is what I know.

Comments

  1. KATHLEEN WEDDLE says:

    Ya missed one. With the holiday leftovers, we discovered they are great food storage containers; also good for doggie bags. The “baby wipe” smell washes out with dish soap and when they do wear out, just pitch ‘em!

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