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« on: April 21, 2012 12:45:20 PM »

I have recently moved and have found upstairs in the barn out back of my house a bunch 25+ plastic type bins similar to ones at bulk barn and similar places that sell food items in bulk.  They seem to be 8-10 inches square with a flip up lid.  I am wondering what in the world to do with these as I would hate to throw them away as they would make some great storage things but not sure how to goin them all together, cause if you stack them you can not open them ones underneath.  If you have any ideas on them let me know cause if I can't figure anything out that will work for them, they got to go. Thanks
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« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2012 09:51:58 PM »

Can you wall mount them so that the lids open out and up?  If so, if they are clear, that could be a neat way of storing and displaying things too.  At least that way some can be mounted on the wall and some can be left sitting on a surface to store other things that need to be contained more.
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