30 Things to Store Day 1: Batteries

Everyone has batteries. In today’s world more than ever, it seems like many aspects of life require them. It is handy to keep them around, but what is the best way to store them?  Click below for my tips.

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Do you have a great tip for storing batteries?

8 thoughts on “30 Things to Store Day 1: Batteries”

  1. Nice job on day one of the video series! Looking forward to seeing what else you’ve got in store (no pun intended) for us. We use a single box in one of our easily accessible storage closets to store all batteries. They stayed organized (more or less) by type because we keep them in their original packaging. The main thing is that we know where to go when we need a battery and can easily tell when we’re running out. The used ones are stored in a cardboard box and then brought to recycling when it’s full.

    1. I think your system sounds right on track with these tips! Keeping them in their packaging inside a box works wonderfully! Thanks for stopping by, and happy new year!!

  2. I have to give you a ton of credit, once again, for your video skills!
    No sloshing batteries for sure. Cassidy actually does store batteries in that exact container, and it’s not yet labeled, but we’ll have to do that.

    1. Shallow drawers are perfect for batteries because you keep from piling things up! Thanks for the affirmation, Deb. You are my video inspiration:)

  3. Great job, Seana, with the video! I use repurposed lunch meat boxes and organic lettucce boxes to store our fresh batteries. I use a repurposed cleaning wipes container for storing used batteries. Of course, I have posts on both ideas. 🙂

    1. Love the idea of the cleaning wipes containers. I used to repurpose baby wipes boxes, but now most wipes come in bags instead of boxes. Too bad, as I found those boxes to be a handy size!

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