Cereal Container 4.8L £1 @ Poundland
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Cereal Container 4.8L £1 @ Poundland

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LocalFound 5th Feb 2013
Cereal dispenser, container, storage with lid and flap it's ideal for storing cereal, dry food, dog food, bird seed, etc 4.8l
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couldnt be bothered with cerial so put rabbit food in
Hot and good for wild bird food.
These also make great rubbish bins for the car. Put a carrier bag inside, trapped under the lid. Then use the small flap to put rubbish in and keep it sealed. Can be secured in the foot well using sticky back velcro.
like your idea phil26
Does anyone actually use these for cereal? I couldn't be bothered to wash them up every time a box runs out.
moneysavingkitten

Does anyone actually use these for cereal? I couldn't be bothered to wash … Does anyone actually use these for cereal? I couldn't be bothered to wash them up every time a box runs out.



Yeah, cos it's such a chore
why not just put the cereal inner liner bag in it?
moneysavingkitten

Does anyone actually use these for cereal? I couldn't be bothered to … Does anyone actually use these for cereal? I couldn't be bothered to wash them up every time a box runs out.

kernowmike

why not just put the cereal inner liner bag in it?



It's not that it's a chore, it's just I have better things to do with my life than wash cereal boxes when I don't have to.



That's a smart idea. Haven't seen anyone use them that way, that hadn't occurred to me before.
moneysavingkitten

Does anyone actually use these for cereal? I couldn't be bothered to wash … Does anyone actually use these for cereal? I couldn't be bothered to wash them up every time a box runs out.



Do what sorry?
phil26

These also make great rubbish bins for the car. Put a carrier bag inside, … These also make great rubbish bins for the car. Put a carrier bag inside, trapped under the lid. Then use the small flap to put rubbish in and keep it sealed. Can be secured in the foot well using sticky back velcro.



oO Oh dear...
I like poundland and buy things from there but not as much as before and plastic containers are amongst the worst of my purchases. They are £1 becase they are cheaply made and barely last a month or so. I would definitely not recommend Poundland's plastic containers and would pay about a bit more and buy better quality. Buy Addis products when you find their price reduced if you want a real bargain. Voted cold.
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