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Tom Mag
While these empty containers can be used for many things, I use one for wet trash and garbage. Coffee grins, egg shells, banana/orange peel, etc. The lid seals well and keeps unwanted odds in. My RV is on the small size and this is compact as well as convenient. Try it. Click image for larger version - Name: F933FA08-D5C4-4202-A2E0-8B8EABC15A9F.jpeg, Views: 646, Size: 285.91 KB
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Fraggboy
Tom,

That is a really great re-purpose idea!  Keeps the liquids contained as well as the smell. 😉

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mikew
Great idea!  I use them to store globes, single burner stoves, mantles, generators.  Also keep one on my workbench with Evaporust in it for small parts.  
Mike
"... at evening time, it shall be light." Zechariah 14:7

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Flat_twin
At a private campground where we owned the porta jons,  we kept the TP roll in those coffee containers to keep them dry and clean.


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GiantKid
I camp in my little trailer 9-10 months a year, and here's a simple solution:

1) Buy a 12-Pack of your favorite adult beverage.

2) Responsibly drink the contents of said 12-Pack, save the box and recycle the cans.

3) Fold the flaps down into the open end of the box, and line the inside of the box with a plastic grocery bag (fits perfectly).

4) When the bag is full, simply remove bag, tie it closed, toss it into the nearest trash can, and re-line the box with a fresh grocery bag.

5) Store used grocery bags in empty paper towel tube. Pull them from the bottom and stuff new ones into the top. It'll hold about 10 bags. A Pringles can with the bottom cut out will hold 25.
Mike

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cjr
For years, I used to knot the edge of a white/13-gallon trash bag to one of the cheesy Coleman tablecloth clips that I still use to secure my tablecloth to the picnic table. It was better than nothing but I always thought there had to be a better solution.

About three years ago, I found it: https://trashease.com

One of those V8, head-slapping, why didn't I think of that moments. I have two (trash and recycling) and highly recommend 'em (and no, I don't have any affiliation with this company or benefit at all).

cjr


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Chris

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pateco
When camping with the YMCA Indian Guides we always used something similar to this

Collapsible Frame Lawn and Leaf Bag $14.97
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It collapses flat for easy transportation, and holds yard waste sized trash bags. Holds a lot of trash.
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Albertatrapper
Great idea! But Folgers and maxwell house coffee are just a no to me. 😁
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VincentMechanic31
Albertatrapper wrote:
Great idea! But Folgers and maxwell house coffee are just a no to me. 😁


I’m a bit of a coffee snob, too. But I get a lot of those canisters from work. This is on the coffee can in the break room. Teachers drink a lot of coffee!
So I usually get one or two a month. Use them for all kinds of things around the house, shop and garden

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Uncle_Sidney
Awww, you guys!

This is easier when camping:


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maddawg308
I use one of these when camping and I need a dedicated anti-bear garbage can.  I have yet to find a black bear that can figure out how to open it, and they can't rip through the heavy sheet metal either.  Outside smells like lead based paint and oil, most times they don't even think it will have foodstuffs in it.

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Mike, maddawg308
Build a man a fire, and he'll be warm for the night. 
Set a man on fire, and he'll be warm for the rest of his life!

Looking for my B'day lantern, any model, 5-74.


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pateco
maddawg308 wrote:
I use one of these when camping and I need a dedicated anti-bear garbage can.  I have yet to find a black bear that can figure out how to open it, and they can't rip through the heavy sheet metal either.  Outside smells like lead based paint and oil, most times they don't even think it will have foodstuffs in it.

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You take out the 20mm Cannon ammo first right?
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TwoCanoes
A 3 lb coffee can is large enough to soak a 200A frame in vinegar prior to ultrasonic cleaning.  Take the frame out, put the lid on and save the vinegar for the  next job.
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