4 Green Ideas to Reuse Clothespins
Who does not have extra clothespins? Clothespins are not only of great use in the laundry room, they can also help in the kitchen, office, or garden. Check Art of the Home tips below and be eco-friendly at the same time!
Art of the Home Tips to Reuse Clothespins
From the laundry to the kitchen, office, and garden, clothespins have many lives. Here are four ideas on how you can use an extra clothespins you may have:
- In the Kitchen: a clothespin is perfect to close a bag of chips or an unfinished bag of coffee beans.
- In the kitchen/Home Office: you can also use clothespins to gather together bills, receipts or coupons you want to keep handy.
- In the office: if you bring a brown bag to the work, you can close it with a clothespin and write your name on it with a marker. You can reuse the same clothespin day after day. Works also for school lunches.
- In the garden: close seed packets with a clothespin and write the seed name on it. The seed packets will be easier to find and recognize the following year when you are ready to start planting again.