A practical idea of ​​using a juice box for kitchen use.

  • Tatyana

    But after all, the flat part of the lid has to be cut out somehow, and this is not at all easy, and for some reason it is not mentioned.

  • Victoria

    American uses American banks Mason, two-piece cover.

  • Anonymous

    cool

  • Anonymous

    and you can also decorate it like realties to make it beautiful

  • Evil takes when I see these tips. This is a hint that for you, Russian beggars, the most IT

    • Anonymous

      Very agree with you, direct fire in the trash.

    • Anonymous

      NOT NICHCHETHBRODS (it's unfortunate to hear) but I use them - mine and dry them and use them for loose (millet, semolina, maquee, croup for a dog ...) and they can not be thrown out.

  • Anonymous

    It was possible to do this when there was nothing in the shops in Soviet times. And now it's stupid to spend time getting such crap. You can go and buy cheap any interesting things.

  • Anonymous

    And what is a plastic bottle worse? It is foolish to torture pens if there is a funnel and a plastic bottle.❓❓❓❓

  • I just open these bags, wash them, put them on the sink for small debris or wet (such as peeling potatoes)

  • Anonymous

    Maybe someone will come in handy: I ​​use these packages for seedlings. A lot going over the winter. They are great for all sorts of small plants. In large two-liter bags, you can grow fresh greens right in the kitchen. True, I lit up a phytolamp. And it is also good to grow, napimer, chrysanthemums to buds and plant a bush already ready to plant in the soil.

  • Anonymous

    For seedlings, garbage and even in a cut off box you can put a soft bag of milk.

  • Anonymous

    From under the juice is unlikely. Who needs to buy juice? It is easier to buy fruits, in them both juice and fiber are tasty at least.