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It is a simple and easy instructable.

It is also very good for the value as it saves a lot of space and you will have all these Little things in a perfect order.

It only consists two simple steps.

First, just remove the lid from the container and apply it with glue or with a screw to the base of your sleeve.

Second step it to put into the container what ever you want, then screw it to the fixed lid and you will have all in order !!!!

Easy, very very cheap, and very very usefull !!!!

<p>You could do something similar with spice jars.</p>
<p>My grandpa has been using this strategy for something like 30 years or something :)</p>
<p>Muy Practico!</p>
<p>I also use prescription bottles as they have the child proof locking tops. If you drop glass baby food jars they can break and spread small glass shards across the shop floor.</p>
<p>My dad did this back in the '60 to use baby food jars left over from my baby brother's meals. Good to see things being reused. </p>
<p>nice job, I use plastic 1lb peanut butter jars now , but will start collecting small glass jars for my screw and nail collection </p>
amazinggg!!! U sure got my vote! ;)
<p>tanks ,very good </p>
<p>Nice and simple! Gotta love this idea. Thank you for sharing this!</p>

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