How to Get A New "Ice Maker" for Under $4!
- Sterlite plastic shoe box (Walmart or most big box stores)
- Ice cube trays (Walmart or most big box stores)
- 1/4" plywood scrap piece (Left over from previous project)
- High gloss white spray paint (Any paint store)
Rebecca S on Jul 22, 2020
A shoe box is not food safe. Aluminum causes Alzheimer. So, wax paper will work if using double-sided tape to hold it in place.
We just use our old icemaker ice bucket where it is on a shelf. If I took out the unit, I could stack more ice cube trays, or make some yogurt popsickles for the kids. But, the icemaker works, it just keep disconnecting its waterline and has ruined our floor. I stack our ice trays on one side inside the bucket, and dump them into the other side. It works for us.