What can you do with those empty prescription bottles?
use empty prescription bottles for quarters and store them in the glove compartment of your car. They come in handy for car washes and also in case you want to buy a newspaper from a newspaper stand.
Use them to store seeds!
Use them to store small amounts of mixed paints.
Use them as a travel kit for cotton balls soaked with nail polish remover. The cotton balls stay saturated and can easily remove nailpolish.
Use one for your extra key to be buried in the flower pot rather than put under it.
Use one to hold a roll of stamps.
Make small sewing kit out of one.
Great to hold bobby pins or barrettes.
You can put together a mini first aid kit with first aid tape wrapped around a wooden match, a couple of needles, thread, bandaids, samples of antibiotic, alcohol prep wipes, & whatever else you can fit depending on the size of bottle. On the lid place a piece of sandpaper to light the wooden match in an emergency or to sterilize a needle.
Portable toothpick holder!
Great for keeping fishing hooks & other things in tackle box in.
They are nice for putting salad dressing in to pack in lunch boxes.
The right size will hold a hard boiled egg for a lunch.
Use these bottles to store Barbie’s high heels, jewelry etc.
Store repair supplies such as nails, screws, nuts and bolts. Large pill bottles can be used for even bigger items.
Before reusing any empty prescription bottle in anyway take off the labels, so no one has access to your personal information and then clean and sanitize the bottles thoroughly.