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6 Ways to Reuse Your Leftover Shampoo Bottles.

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$10
1 Hours
Easy

Have any shampoo bottles lying around? Check out these great ways to repurpose them!
Check out the video for the how-to's!
6 ways to reuse your leftover shampoo bottles
Cut the ends off of a shampoo bottle & screw the cap into the wall. Twist on the bottle & there you have a "cubby hole" coat rack!
6 ways to reuse your leftover shampoo bottles
Grab a craft knife & cut the front half & a handle. Next, grab a wood tool & burn holes into the bottom to allow water to drain. Taaa-daa! You have a sponge holder for your sink!
6 ways to reuse your leftover shampoo bottles
Have a double sink? Cut the middle section of the shampoo bottle & melt the middle with a candle while molding with your hands.
6 ways to reuse your leftover shampoo bottles
Cut the spout off of a shampoo bottle & cut the top. Next, roll your plastic bags & there you have a bag organizer!

Check out the video below for the bag rolling technique & a more in depth how-to!

6 ways to reuse your leftover shampoo bottles
Tilt a shampoo bottle sideways & cut the side & you have a multifunctional organizer! Place your phone to charge.
6 ways to reuse your leftover shampoo bottles
It's a perfect cubby hole for nail polish!
6 ways to reuse your leftover shampoo bottles
It's also great for storing yarn & string. You can easily cut it without getting tangled in the spout.
6 ways to reuse your leftover shampoo bottles
Cut 3 shampoo bottles halfway with a handle on the back. Attach knobs to a pice of wood, or get creative! My knobs were too long so I used E6000 to attach ping pong balls I had lying around to this piece of wood. (Of course, this depends on what you want to put into the organizer!)

This is a great multifunctional organizer for all sorts of things! Make up, office supplies, sunglasses, jewelry, etc.

Check out the video for more how-to's!
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  • Jackie Nesbit
    on Jul 22, 2018

    To Rebeca...if label is printed on bottle just get your favorite color of spray paint and have at it !!! Good luck !!!

  • Helen
    on Aug 17, 2018

    One of the BEST ideas to come here is the sponge holder. Let's face it. The rims of sinks are not conducive to doing so and they often slide off into the sink/water. I plan to find that special bottle that will go in my kitchen to hold my sponge, brush etc, THANK YOU for solving this problem for me.

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