Picture of CloroxBot Recycled Giant Robot Costume!
Last Halloween I built a robot costume out of laundry detergent bottles, crutches, football shoulder pads, and several stoned days with a hot glue gun.

Step 1: Gather Materials

I spent a week raiding laundry mats trashcans in search of empty bottles gathering about 60 of assorted shapes and sizes. I also found two pairs of crutches (for stilts), and a pair of football shoulder pads.
Advar2 years ago
Super job on that costume!
OMG... Robofett!!
finfan73 years ago
And now someone needs to shuffle in one.
This giant Iron Robot  is looking fabulous and the article is fantastic to make a special robot at home
Lancer G6 years ago
I am soo going to use this on halloween! Congrats on your awesomeness and ingenuity.
Kaiven6 years ago
Wow. I thought their were comments on this ible... I remmber commenting on this a while ago.... Anyway, you mention using crutches? How would I use crutches for stilts? I want to do this, because I have some old worn out brown leather crutches I got from a yard sale. I also Have an old pare of shoes. How would I make them into stilts?
RetroTechno6 years ago
Hope the bleach fumes didn't make you too woozy...unless that was what you wanted. :-)
You know, it wouldn't take much to change this into a cool Mark1 Iron Man costume for Halloween.
shooby6 years ago
Pretty intense
etsywhore7 years ago
I have aluminium crutches would this still work? and did you stand on the crutch handle? I would love to be this for halloween it is the only costume I have found that has given me inspiration to dress up :)
chaintool (author)  etsywhore7 years ago
Each leg was made of two aluminum crutches. They where arranged upside down so that the piece that usually rests in your armpit would be on the ground. I cut one of the crutches all the way across about a foot from the top at one of the handles. The other crutch I left kinda long, I trimmed it at the point where it would meet my knee while I was standing on the block I used to lift my feet off the ground.and would be strapped to my lower leg. Wow, that sounds kinda confusing, I hope it works for ya.
etsywhore7 years ago
how did you attach the crutches?
chaintool (author)  etsywhore7 years ago
I drilled the crutches to two blocks of wood, one higher and one lower. It was a little heavy.
ojochris7 years ago
HAL 90008 years ago
Very creative, very nice!
sharkilepsy8 years ago
holy crap man, that is awesome!
Freek_Kid8 years ago
hehe nice....buttholes
chaintool (author)  Freek_Kid8 years ago
Well, you have to ventilate somehow
AndyHope9 years ago
haha awesome im in the process of making an optimus prime costume for this comming halloween, ill bee sure to post it