42L Under Bed Curve Box and Lid -28 x 40 x 80cm - Set of 3 - Free Click & Collect £11.25 @ Homebase
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42L Under Bed Curve Box and Lid -28 x 40 x 80cm - Set of 3 - Free Click & Collect £11.25 @ Homebase

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Posted 4th Nov
This 42 Litre Underbed Box is a perfect solution to storing your household goods, whether that be that toys, the clothes or the kitchen crockery! This is the perfect way to keep your home tidy and organised.

Includes a lid to keep your goods secure, and a transparent design to make them easily identifiable again!

  • Clip on lid
  • Lid made from 100% recycled material
  • Perfectly stackable
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Great purchase for those soon to be uni students.
Great deal! Thanks
Greats 1 for Socks, 1 for Pants, 1 for Toys
snappyfish04/11/2019 21:29

Greats 1 for Socks, 1 for Pants, 1 for Toys


. Loads of socks and pants will fit.
But I’ve got a divan...
Thanks OP, wanted one of these to do a DIY hedgehog feeder, I'm sure I'll find use for the other ones
Damn nowhere near me had stock
Edited by: "lasuil" 4th Nov
guttediam04/11/2019 21:42

But I’ve got a divan...


think that means you only get to put the lids under your bed
Gakusei04/11/2019 21:48

think that means you only get to put the lids under your bed


Only if I hoover 1st
lasuil04/11/2019 21:43

Thanks OP, wanted one of these to do a DIY hedgehog feeder, I'm sure I'll …Thanks OP, wanted one of these to do a DIY hedgehog feeder, I'm sure I'll find use for the other ones Damn nowhere near me had stock

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Some around me
guttediam04/11/2019 21:50

Only if I hoover 1st


Ultra slim hoover to fit under divan?
Walton on Thames = 7
Woking = 2
Brentford = 4
Staines and Hanworth = 0
lasuil04/11/2019 21:43

Thanks OP, wanted one of these to do a DIY hedgehog feeder, I'm sure I'll …Thanks OP, wanted one of these to do a DIY hedgehog feeder, I'm sure I'll find use for the other ones Damn nowhere near me had stock


Some around me in London.
rosalina181804/11/2019 21:56

Ultra slim hoover to fit under divan?


Lazy A** move bed ( good this ain’t a dating site lmao ) one day
guttediam04/11/2019 21:58

Lazy A** move bed ( good this ain’t a dating site lmao ) one day


Move the bed for what?
guttediam04/11/2019 22:05

Hoover of course


Thought so, but I wouldn't bother. Use a hairdryer.
rosalina181804/11/2019 22:08

Thought so, but I wouldn't bother. Use a hairdryer.


But that would be minging lol
guttediam04/11/2019 22:13

But that would be minging lol


Depends on what has been accumulating underneath for a while
3 for £8 at poundstretcher
guttediam04/11/2019 21:58

Lazy A** move bed ( good this ain’t a dating site lmao ) one day


Shark do a part that goes under xx
Heat added good price thanks for posting op
I think these are the same as the ones Poundstretcher sell for just under £9 for 3
guttediam04/11/2019 22:05

Hoover of course


When you hoover, do you move the bed from side to side or front to back?
supermann05/11/2019 18:53

When you hoover, do you move the bed from side to side or front to back?


Move the bed now that’s a good idea, will experiment one day lol
The lid as well as making them stackable, also keeps the dust out. A another person said look at the offerings from Poundstretcher.
Great deal. Plenty (17 packs) in stock near me in Truro. Ordered two packs.
lasuil04/11/2019 21:43

Thanks OP, wanted one of these to do a DIY hedgehog feeder, I'm sure I'll …Thanks OP, wanted one of these to do a DIY hedgehog feeder, I'm sure I'll find use for the other ones Damn nowhere near me had stock


Hedgehog feeder? How cool is that? Take a bow that man.
lasuil06/11/2019 21:27

https://thehedgehog.co.uk/feeding-hedgehogs/how-to-stop-cats-dogs-and-foxes-stealing-the-hedgehogs-food/


Brilliant! Well done. Hope you are able to find any boxes near you. What a nice way to make the hedgehogs comfortable and safe.
rosalina181806/11/2019 21:33

Brilliant! Well done. Hope you are able to find any boxes near you. What a …Brilliant! Well done. Hope you are able to find any boxes near you. What a nice way to make the hedgehogs comfortable and safe.


I have nightly hog visitors but also foxes who usually hoover up the food before the hogs. I tried a hog dome but the fox dug under! So this is a last attempt haha. I bought some different boxes from a similar asda deal, just need to get some heavy bricks to go on top as the fox would flip it (probably with a hog inside knowing my luck!)
lasuil06/11/2019 21:35

I have nightly hog visitors but also foxes who usually hoover up the food …I have nightly hog visitors but also foxes who usually hoover up the food before the hogs. I tried a hog dome but the fox dug under! So this is a last attempt haha. I bought some different boxes from a similar asda deal, just need to get some heavy bricks to go on top as the fox would flip it (probably with a hog inside knowing my luck!)


Yes,foxes are not stupid, they fight to survive. I don't blame them. Hated by many humans. But true, it's well worth it to protect the hedgehogs. Also maybe turning the box upside down with the lid in the ground? Maybe that won't work, either. But another box on top filled with something heavy would do the trick? And a third one heavy on top,too? Just an idea.
rosalina181806/11/2019 21:47

Yes,foxes are not stupid, they fight to survive. I don't blame them. Hated …Yes,foxes are not stupid, they fight to survive. I don't blame them. Hated by many humans. But true, it's well worth it to protect the hedgehogs. Also maybe turning the box upside down with the lid in the ground? Maybe that won't work, either. But another box on top filled with something heavy would do the trick? And a third one heavy on top,too? Just an idea.


I had a 7kg tub of hot tub chemicals ontop of my hedgehog feeder dome, and the fox managed to upend that and spill the chemical powder everywhere. They're bloody strong. Need to get some bricks or paving slabs to put ontop. Afraid I am one of those people who don't like foxes, they are a real nuisance and people shouldn't encourage them by feeding them. Hogs on the other hand are very useful garden creatures and on a sharp decline. Have had 3 visit all at the same time this summer.
lasuil06/11/2019 21:51

I had a 7kg tub of hot tub chemicals ontop of my hedgehog feeder dome, and …I had a 7kg tub of hot tub chemicals ontop of my hedgehog feeder dome, and the fox managed to upend that and spill the chemical powder everywhere. They're bloody strong. Need to get some bricks or paving slabs to put ontop. Afraid I am one of those people who don't like foxes, they are a real nuisance and people shouldn't encourage them by feeding them. Hogs on the other hand are very useful garden creatures and on a sharp decline. Have had 3 visit all at the same time this summer.


In that case, if there is some building works near you going on, I am sure the builders will part with some bricks at no charge if you explain the situation. Many people are really nice and would help. Or a box filled with beach sand/pebbles on top of hedgehog box?
lasuil06/11/2019 21:27

https://thehedgehog.co.uk/feeding-hedgehogs/how-to-stop-cats-dogs-and-foxes-stealing-the-hedgehogs-food/


Indeed, I googled after commenting on your post. Relieved to see so many options available to help the hogs survive. The decline in their numbers is shocking - I think more publicity should be given to highlight the alarming decline in numbers of many of our other native species too.
Unfortunately, I do not have a garden, otherwise I would join good people like yourself in helping to support our wildlife.
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