Recycling Tissue Boxes
- Save your empty tissue boxes. If your family is suffering from bad colds or allergies, rubber band a full and an empty tissue box together. This way you can use the empty box to dispose of your used tissues and not have a pile of dirty tissues laying next to the sick person or scattered all over. This works best with the flat rectangle shaped boxes of tissues.
- I like to use the tall tissue boxes to store my plastic grocery bags after a shopping trip. I paint or paper it to match my my kitchen and can easily store it on the counter where I will be using them the most.
- The tall Kleenex boxes work well as trash cans in the car.
- Cut the tops off of tissue boxes and use them for drawer organizers or to store any number of items in different areas of the house.
- Keep Kleenex boxes in the bathroom for people to throw small trash items like Q-tips, cotton balls and small bits of trash.
- They are also nice to have by your chair or sewing machine for scraps if you like to sew.
- Use them to make toys for kids. Tie them together to make a train or use them and empty oatmeal boxes for building blocks. They make great beds for small dolls.
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