Include Old, Unused Glass in Spring Clean-up: Glass Doctor® Has Unique Ideas for Repurposing Glass

Glass Doctor can fix the pain of what to do with old, unused and nearly forgotten glass with these five unique ways to repurpose glass.

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Waco, Texas (PRWEB) March 07, 2014

Don’t throw away old, unused glass jars and containers while spring-cleaning. Glass Doctor can fix the pain of what to do with old, unused and nearly forgotten glass with these five unique ways to repurpose glass.

Light them up.
Start your spring and summer nightly barbeques off right by using old mason jars and tea-light candles to set the evening a glow. Tea-light candles in mason jars can also be placed along walkways and hung from treetops.

Get organized.
When spring-cleaning your garage, take the old jars lying around and use them as storage containers on your workbench shelf. Old jars, like the ones that used to have jelly in them, can be used to hold loose nuts, bolts, nails and screws.

Stencil the glass.
Using old jars and glass containers as storage in the garage is a great way to organize, and it doesn’t have to end there. Take a stencil to the old glass and make them kitchen or playroom decorations.

Grab some paint.
Another way to get creative with old and unused glass is to paint it. You can give glass a stained glass, modern metallic or milky appearance. Grab some old glass and let your creativity flow.

Etch the glass.
A perfect springtime look of etched glass can be crafted at home in the craft-room or kitchen table. Create a unique design using etching cream and paintbrushes.


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