What can I do with empty prescription bottles? I have lots.

Sharon LaCrosse
by Sharon LaCrosse
  6 answers
  • Pam Mahony Pam Mahony on Jun 11, 2017
    Make sure they get recycled. I cannot think of any other use for such small bottles.

  • Debby Debby on Jun 11, 2017
    i use them to arrange my bead collection, bring live cuttings to someone.
    you can also check with your vet to see if he can recycle,
    Check with your kindergarten or preschool thay may be able to reuse them.
    paint them and use the larger ones as desk organizers, with or without lids.

  • Jewellmartin Jewellmartin on Jun 11, 2017
    As a teacher, I used the orange-brown ones for paper clips, brads, thumb tacks, and other small desk items. I once gave a team of my high schoolers a bag of clean white med bottles to make something for the classroom. They made a chess board and all the pieces, cutely labeled with their proper and "street" names. I hope you find homes for your bottles 😇

  • Lavonne Lavonne on Jun 11, 2017
    Donate them to a vet or a local rescue. They always need them.

  • Freya Freya on Apr 17, 2022

    🦋Ask around if someone makes jewelry or does crafts. They sell small jars at the store. Frugal crafters just reuse pill bottles.