Water Proof Bottle From a Beer Bottle.

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Introduction: Water Proof Bottle From a Beer Bottle.

this is a simple project to keep your matches and other things safe from water.

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Step 1: Step 1

get bud light tin bottleand keep lid.

Step 2: Step 2

sand off the paint if you want to, recommended if you are putting the bottle in your car...cops.

Step 3: Step 3

put matches and other things in the top.


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    7 Discussions

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    BlackSheep1
    BlackSheep1

    5 years ago on Introduction

    To make paint removal easier, fill the bottle to within 1 1/2'' of the top with water, put on lid, freeze overnight. Works with any metal bottle you can reseal -- coconut water, beer, soda, etc.

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    SomePolishGuy

    Id like to do this with a monster can sometime, it has a larger mouth I think. These would make a great Geocache container, thanks for sharing!

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    Builder971
    Builder971

    5 years ago

    Thanks and what do you mean by stupidly?

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    vzor61
    vzor61

    5 years ago on Introduction

    it's not all hard, although I recommend sanding an unopened bottle to prevent accidentally denting the bottle. I used 1000 grit finishing sand paper, since I'm not over fond of the brushed finish. To insure a good seal (the cap becomes a bit unreliable after awhile) I brushed a little latex around the threads. This really is an awesome stupidly simple project

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    RNation0001
    RNation0001

    5 years ago on Introduction

    try using the coors aluminum bottle they have a mouth twice as wide. so u could also fit lighters or whatever

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    Builder971
    Builder971

    5 years ago

    Not very hard but it did leave some blue on my hands but i just washed it with soap and water and the blue was off my hands