- 1 How do you get the last of the laundry detergent out of the bottle?
- 2 How do you reuse a detergent bottle?
- 3 What can you do with plastic laundry detergent bottles?
- 4 How do you empty downy bottles?
- 5 How much does it cost to make your own laundry detergent?
- 6 Are laundry detergent boxes recyclable?
- 7 Can I reuse bleach bottles?
- 8 What can I do with empty bleach bottles?
- 9 How do you take the top off a Tide bottle?
How do you get the last of the laundry detergent out of the bottle?
Get That Last Load From a Bottle of Detergent!
- Step 1: “V” for Victory. At the base of the spout, on the side opposite from the handle, cut an upside-down “V” in the bottle with a utility knife.
- Step 2: Free the Hostage! Pour the trapped soap into the cap from the spout you just created.
- Step 3: Voila, That Last Load!
How do you reuse a detergent bottle?
13 Ways To Reuse Laundry Detergent Bottle
- Bird House: Start with a clean empty bottle.
- Magazine/Shelf Organizers:
- Water Station For Washing Hands:
- Refill With Homemade Detergent:
- Baby Bed Bag:
- Small Purse:
What can you do with plastic laundry detergent bottles?
7 Fun Uses for Empty Laundry Detergent Bottles
- Garage storage. To make simple storage for small items like nails, screws and bolts, cut the top off an empty laundry bottle that has a handle.
- Instant weights.
- Toy cars.
- Leftover paint storage.
- Beach bucket and scoop.
- Pet scooper.
- Watering can.
How do you empty downy bottles?
Push the edge of the spout up with the knife until it is completely off of the bottle. Turn the bottle upside down into a cup and let it all drain out overnight.
How much does it cost to make your own laundry detergent?
In about 20 minutes you can have a 5 gallon bucket full of laundry soap that cost you 6 cents or less per load to make. Ingredients (full prices are listed): 1 bar soap = $3.49. 1 box Washing Soda (55oz) $3.19 – Cost Per Cup = 46 cents.
Are laundry detergent boxes recyclable?
The laundry detergent cardboard boxes are essentially non-recyclable because the plastic lining contaminates the cardboard recycling stream. Thus, they end up in a landfill. The recycling rate of HDPE bottles, as tabulated by the plastics industry, tends to hover around 30%.
Can I reuse bleach bottles?
Bleach contains chlorine; chlorine is put in our water supply, so it seems like a perfect storage container for emergency drinking water after the jugs have been completely washed of any leftover bleach. The Clorox label even instructs consumers not to reuse the empty container.
What can I do with empty bleach bottles?
When the bottle is empty, rinse it well and use a utility knife or X-acto knife to cut around the circumference at the middle of the bottle. Use the bottle half with the handle to scoop up fertilizer, rock salt, pet waste, or to use as a dustpan. If it gets messy or broken, toss in the recycle bin and make a new one.
How do you take the top off a Tide bottle?
When no more comes out of the bottle because of the pour spout, remove the spout and hold the bottle under the water running into the machine for a bit, then swish the water inside the bottle and dump into the wash. To easily remove the spout from the detergent bottle, use pliers.