And because I paint and sculpt and renovate and work with plaster and clay and well - just about anything I can het my hands on - I use rags, I use lots of them.
Now, I figure out what to do with those wonderful hinged lidded containers the kitty litter comes in. Not just for rags but for lost of things!
8 oz. white glue
4 oz. water
2 tbsp. polycrylic
Leah M on Mar 04, 2018
I generate 4 or 5 buckets every 2 weeks. I use them to put my recycling in and then put the whole thing out in my recycle bin. I have had people ask for empties for gardening, painting (professional painters), even to sit on. However, I know that if I ever decide to keep one, or more, of these things, I'll always have another. I get the Sam's brand, yes they are the heavy ones, but with a cat rescue, I can't afford more expensive brands. Having said that, my rescue cats are ageing. I plan on getting the number of cats I have down to a reasonable amount in the next few years. About half the cats are 10 or more, most of the rest are over 5. I do have 2 youngsters, some kids brought a 4 day old kitten to my door in July of '17. We adopted another kitten about the same age in November since the next youngest cat is 5.