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Mason Jar Bathroom Storage

3 days ago
Easy way to add storage to your bathroom. When the mason jars are dirty, slip them out, wash them in the dishwasher then put them back. Love it for my kids' toothbrushes! Full tutorial here: http://lollyjane.com/diy-mason-jar-bathroom-...

ps: I accidentally posted this under my personal account so if you see the same project/same pics on Lolly Jane's account, that's where is was SUPPOSED to be, lol (:

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  • Ann Watkins
    Ann Watkins New Zealand
    Great idea. I'm hoping I can get these jars in New Zealand. If not I'm sure there will be something similar.
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    • Alicia Bailey
      Alicia Bailey Millersburg, OH
      They are made for canning foods to preserve them. Here in the USA you can buy them everywhere.
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  • Cindy
    Cindy Salt Lake City, UT
    If anyone is still checking this thread, I have a question. For the life of me I cannot get a hole drilled in the metal rings. How did you do it? I tried hammering in a nail and I tried doing it with a power drill and bit. Any suggestions?
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  • Helen
    Helen Canada
    I used a punch and a hammer to make my hole, Cindy
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    • Cindy
      Cindy Salt Lake City, UT
      Helen Thanks. I don't have a punch. I'll have to see if I can get one.
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    • Jan 3 Boll
      Jan 3 Boll Muskegon, MI
      Cindy I've cheated and used an old phillips screw driver - it was too bad to use for anything else.
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  • Helen
    Helen Canada
    A large nail (spike) would work too.
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  • Coleen Cox
    Coleen Cox Sarasota, FL
    Are you able to take the jars out? Sort of a basic need to rinse them daily...
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  • Julie B
    Julie B New Brockton, AL
    Love this idea! What did you use to attach the jar clamp to the wall?
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  • Constance G
    Drawer space in my kitchen is sooo limitd, I think these mounted on door facing to hold utinsels, flatware...etc, awesome space maker and inexpensive...I have lots n lots of canning jars!
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  • Meliss Etner
    Meliss Etner Santa Clarita, CA
    Love this! Great for kids bath! Thanks for the cleaning tip too! Anything that can be cleaned in the dishwasher is alright by me ;}}
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  • Michael Maloney
    Michael Maloney Australia
    Mason jars have becoming more and more popular for storage – not only as mentioned here but also being used for storing food. One of the popular uses of mason jars is when making overnight oats or even preparing simple meals that require storage for a
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  • Barbara Hiza
    Barbara Hiza Laughlin, NV
    anybody know how they are attached to the wall, please message me with the answer to this question
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  • Kelli Payne
    You punch a hole in the back of the ac clamp then screw the clamp to the wall. Full tutorial is on our site!! http://lollyjane.com/diy-mason-jar-bathroom-...
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