If you are like me, this drives me CRAZY!!. When I reach in to get the charger cable for my cell phone, I end up pulling out half of the other cables with it. BOO!
In this instructable, I will show you how to reduce that clutter for ZERO cost, and very little of your time and effort.
These can be found at any film processing plant, and if you ask the technician for them, they will gladly hand them over to you by the bag full. These containers are rubbish to them and only add one more step to their work day when it comes time to take out the trash. They may be one person's rubbish, but very handy items for a lot of things. I get mine at Wally World, and one of the technician there knows to hold onto the clear ones for me. They are my preference since I can see what is inside more easily than the black ones. This is helpful for things such as small screws, nuts, washers, garden seeds, and so on...
An empty 35mm film container.
A sharp knife.
The lids from the film containers are not used for this project. If your community has a recycling program that accepts this type of plastic, please do the right thing and recycle them. In Hawaii, we say "Pono", for "Do what's right".
I hope this helps someone out there!