You Will Never Throw Away Used Milk Jugs After Watching This - A Must Watch Video





Many households go through at least a gallon of milk a week.



But why throw all those jugs away when you can repurpose them? Honestly, milk jugs aren't always the most aesthetically pleasing. But, they make perfect gardening tools and accessories.
The plastic used for these jugs is thick and sturdy, so you can use them for a variety of purposes -- from shovels to pots. Plus, they are easy enough to paint and spruce up. Here are few of the many things you can do with empty milk jugs.

1.Watering jug
Instead of tossing out that milk jug, next time use it as a watering jug. All you need to do is poke some holes in the top, fill it with water and you're ready to go

2.Milk jug feeder
Repurpose that old milk jug by turning it into a bird feeder. This is a super easy project and one you can get the kids involved in, too. Paint it with your favorite colors to make it really stand out.

3.Milk jug planters
You’ll love how you can hang these planters right from a lattice because it spruces up this otherwise thrifty look. Once you complete this DIY, fill these jugs up with your favorite household herbs or pretty flowers. It's sure to brighten up your yard either way.

4.Cut it into a shovel
Cut up and repurpose that old milk jug by turning it into a garden shovel or a sweep pan for the home. The plastic of the jug is nice and sturdy too, so this DIY is bound to last a while.

5.Cut the bottom and use it as a hanging tomato planter
You've probably seen these hanging tomato plants before, but why pay for one when you can make it yourself? Best yet, you can make it out of something you were going to throw away anyways. This DIY is quick, easy, and you're going to love the results.

6.A mini-greenhouse
When you first plant a seedling, sometimes they need a little help along the way. Next time this happens, cut off the bottom of a milk jug and use it to make a little greenhouse over your plant. This will help keep it nice and warm so it grows into a healthy plant.

7.Cut pieces and use them to label your plants
If you've already used the jug for another project, take the leftovers and use them for this. Just cut it into strips and grab a permanent marker and you're ready to label all your gardens plants. Super simple!



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