Plastic tubs. Best i found after 3 months of buying them all...(2 posts)
I wanted to say after 3 months of buy plastic bins to store stuff sealed in plastic to move and just keep things sterile
I have purchased many and
Rubbermaid Roughneck seem to have the tightest seals.
And I know I should even tape up the tops.
I recommend these over the others and they were on sale at Target, best prices so far. They were out of the purple ones for like 545.
But they will give you a rain check. Lots of people buying plastic bins today in Brooklyn.
Since I got rid of most furniture, and do not want to buy new , till I get completely settled, probably in a new state . I will be fashioning them as furniture with a cloth on top as tables, dressers... and if I can fill them enough as seats.
Maybe buy a plex fiberglass at home depot and make some kind of bed stand for my futon.
There is a whole lot of new product designs that some one needs to be designing for the bb years ahead...Some one has some great ways to get rich with these new inventions....
I still don't know why you could not but things in these bins with De or CM powder limestone and let them settle for awhile to kill anything, i am not seeing. Just to be safe.
And Really WHY won't bb will not be cooked in the microwave if i try to mirco wave papers?
I'm absolutely with you on the Rubbermaid Roughneck bins... Nice 2-part construction, no hinges or wierd places to hide.
The seals are tight, but not totally bug-proof eh... I haven't tried this yet, but I was thinking of applying some bathroom-&-kitchen caulk to the lid & rim to replicate a rubber 'O-ring' seal like Pelican cases have.
On the money-making point, as soon as I have about $50k I am absolutely going to create the perfect line of bug-proof bins & luggage. The stuff we need just isn't being sold eh!
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