finally found a use for empty cd/dvd cake boxes it seems tachographs from wagons fit in them so they are ideal for storing tachographs anyone found another use for them post below
Yep, I store fish food in them, specically The Brine Shrimp pellets.
You just gotta cut off the middle stick at the base so its less anooying, and you open them upside down.
Personally - I use them for storing used thongs - find that the sweet smells are preserved longer than using plastic baggies - eh?
i use them to store magazine cover cd/dvd's, they are a lot....
Makes a good pen/pencil box when upside down.
Am i the only one who just stores cd's and dvd's in 'em?
I guess not, I only store CD's & DVD's in them too. :iagree:
Of course, they are just fine for shipping your disks when you share them with distant friends.
Just like a fisherman...
Portable toilets. Well, not for me exactly but sometimes better than nothing.
That is VERY creative
I use these cakeboxes to put my fish in when cleaning it's tank.... and I store opticals in them...
what can i say other than dirtyboy!!!!!!
use one as an ashtray...
Must be small fish.
There's an empty spindle case on top of a Philips coffee maker next to the sink and another where the dishes are. When moving, empty spindle cases alone need a full box of about 50 by 50 cm.
I can always use empty spindle boxes to store my burned discs. /me burns boatloads of discs due to burner reviews.For some sick reason I like to keep all of my "create data disc" DVDs.
I trashed more than 200 very old test disks (create data disks) a couple months ago. Wife happy but me not. :sad:
That's funny! R.I.P. zevia's data discs!!!
Hm. Next time, send those to Wesociety for scanning. :bigsmile:
I haven't wasted any of my test disks ever. For that matter, I haven't given up any of my totally failed disks either whether from drought or mechanical or electrical disastor. And there are literally thousands of them in many boxes and bookshelves.
^ ok you may have me beaten with your quantity