10 Simple Uses for Spaghetti Jars
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Jonathan B.
Sep 8, 2008

We've enjoyed reading the comments on Trent's post—everyone knows jars are useful, but it's fascinating to see just how creative Re-nest readers are. And speaking of creative reuse: we spotted a fence made entirely of reclaimed wood in Portland, Oregon, and, in Chicago, a simple way to keep plants watered over a long weekend with repurposed wine bottles.

Re-nest readers also weigh in on brewing coffee: is it greener to use a paper filter or use water to rinse a reusable gold filter? Links after the jump...


This fence is made entirely of already-painted, salvaged wood. It works because of the soft colors...

Is it greener to use and wash a reusable gold-plated filter or save the water and use disposable paper filters?

This little gadget makes a wine bottle into an irrigation device.

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