Brain Storming: What can I do with this tract ?

I have, available to me, tracts of plastic that resemble lighting tracks that hold those lights you can move from area to area, hung from the ceiling.
Their are, however; made of a fairly thin plastic, with a recycle 6 on them (our locals do not take #6's).
They are a little flexible, but not overly so. They have a notch/tab at each end, faced in the same direction (allowing what is on the tract, to come off one end but not the other).

Another description of them might be that they look similar to those metal tracks used to hold sockets in a row (for those that have seen them), only made from translucent plastic.

I now have Pictures posted below,.

What can these be used for? They throw away about 6-20 of them A DAY. The tracts once held little packets of tea or coffee pouches that have a plastic T top in them (like the packets pictured)

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Goodhart (author) 8 years ago
I have too many ideas now in my head, but none of them are really BIG enough for a full fledged ible (IMHO) but then, clustering them together would lose ideas in the mix......quandary, confused look, undecided, brain loop, hopelessly spinning out of control......
110100101108 years ago
loud BOOMers hydraulic fun
Goodhart (author)  110100101108 years ago
It isn't those packets I am concerned with, as they get carted away and are full of tea/coffee grounds. I mean the tract of plastic that holds them together in the supply drawers. They are about 14 inches long.
mesh them into a woven sheet of plastic (did it once at school with video tape) can it be fused with a soldering tool ? boomers !
Goodhart (author)  110100101108 years ago
I have the pictures posted now.
cooooool i thought it was like flexible stripes general purpose construction material. keep and use when needed you can combine them to sheets. it can be even rain proof and make nice roof tiling for various outdoor stuff
Goodhart (author)  110100101108 years ago
it can be even rain proof and make nice roof tiling for various outdoor stuff

Hmm, you mean like sliding them over some material that will fit inside, to make them more sturdy?
nah just slide in each other and support from below it does not have to be air tight
Goodhart (author)  110100101108 years ago
I was unable to get any more before the weekend here.....I will try again on Monday.
If you glue them all on a sheet of burlap or cloth, you get the same stuff that you build a roll-top desk or bread basket bin front out of. Maybe you need an "appliance garage" with a roll-top front?
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