Asked on Jun 14, 2017

How to repurpose Empty orange medication bottles?

Brenda MeredithKennaGerri Zlonis-lehmann
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Does anyone have something clever to do with empty orange medication bottles? It seems such a shame to put them in recycling if there is some way to repurpose them.
11 answers
  • Yjc2154207
    Yjc2154207
    on Jun 14, 2017

    I use them to store sewing needs, bobbins, needles and buttons.
  • Liz Thielen
    Liz Thielen
    on Jun 14, 2017

    Use for small nails, sewing pins. If you have an RV it is a way to keep a small supply handy.
  • Joanne
    Joanne
    on Jun 14, 2017

    Give them to your local veterinarian for pet medications
  • Ron
    Ron
    on Jun 14, 2017

    glue the lid to the bottom of a rock .Hide a spare house key inside the bottle .Screw the bottle to the cap.Dig a shallow hole in your flower bed .Put the bottle attached to the rock bottle side down in your flower bed.
  • Cheri Austin
    Cheri Austin
    on Jun 14, 2017

    You could use them for a small first aid kit or a small sewing kit
  • Brenda Harmon
    Brenda Harmon
    on Jun 14, 2017

    I use the pill bottles to store seeds. Write what kind of seeds on side and place in freezer to winter over.

  • Jeff Lockshine
    Jeff Lockshine
    on Jun 14, 2017

    Use them to store all of your small electronic charging cables, earbuds, etc. One in each bottle...Tangle free
  • Dani  Daniels
    Dani Daniels
    on Jun 14, 2017

    i use them for small batteries to recycle. Also to store buttons ( colors,type,etc) and other sewing notions.
  • Gerri Zlonis-lehmann
    Gerri Zlonis-lehmann
    on Jun 14, 2017

    I used them to save quarters $10 in a small bottle
  • Kenna
    Kenna
    on Jun 14, 2017

    There are companies that collect them for sending to 3rd world countries. You will have to troll Google to get a couple names. I also bup small quantities of obscure spices at Whole Foods and store the unused amount in med bottles. They are dark and prevent light deterioration of the spice.
  • Brenda Meredith
    Brenda Meredith
    on Jun 14, 2017

    Hold make up brushes
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