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Tarp Hook

With Homax’s Tarp Hook you can reuse your empty plastic water or soda bottles by turning them into weights to keep your tarp in place. You can also make a bird feeder or insect trap out of ’em, clip ’em to your pack to carry some extra water, or replace those nailed-up baby-food jars with ’em.

Simply screw the tarp hook onto the bottle in place of the normal cap. Then fill it with the appropriate stuff for your application.

A four-pack of tarp hooks runs about $5.

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7 Responses to Reuse Plastic Bottles

  1. brodie says:

    ‘nailed-up baby jars’??
    How exactly do you use those?

  2. Sorry,
    That’s something that I was left over from the draft

    Originally the concept I was going for was:

    Old timers used baby jars to store rusty screws and nails. They would
    nail the lids into the cabinet or ceiling above and screw the jars
    into the lids. With these clips you could use plastic
    water bottle to replace them.

    ‘nailed-up baby jars’ was left in, somebody hopefully should fix it soon.

  3. GAC says:

    Baby jar lids are screwed to the under side of a shelf. A quarter turn of the jar will remove or replace the storage container.

    http://www.instructables.com/id/Baby-Storage-Part-Two/

  4. Gregory says:

    Please! Leave in the “nailed-up baby-food jars”! It’s the perfect imagery! My father’s and grandfather’s shops all had those!

  5. Frank Townend says:

    Old timers ? Watch it sonny!!!

  6. apotheosis says:

    These are a really, REALLY cool idea.

  7. Just one of the many great ways that plastic bottles can be reused instead of sitting in a landfill.

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