5 Gallon Bucket
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Tool organizers are the single most popular bucket accessory out there. These versatile utility covers slip onto a 5 gallon bucket similar to how you would put on a very large tool belt or tool vest.
In fact tool organizers are so popular that you can get ones specifically designed for the types of tools you’re holding – whether you’re a contractor, gardener, or even a seamstress!
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Few people still heat with wood, but it’s still a very economical way to warm a building, especially with highly efficient fireplace inserts or new clean-burning technologies such as the rocket stove.
The most popular way to deal with excess of fireplace ash is in a nice sturdy metal ash bucket next have next to your fire area. Just make sure you never confuse your cremation urns with your ash buckets!
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Lately I’ve been extending the already large capacity of my 5 gallon garbage can by using 2 buckets to compact trash.
Both buckets should be exactly the same size and shape so they can nest nicely into each other.
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While not an actual “spiral,” many of the brilliant principles behind an herb spiral are present in this bucket-based garden tower.
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