Note: Be careful of the lip. It's sharp
By shirl from Houston, TX
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As Ann Parker stated, those were my first thoughts too! The smell when opening a can of tennis balls should be clue enough to not use for a any food stuff. Just saying.
Sorry but this is not a good idea. Those balls are treated with chemicals and the containers are not made for food products. You could be ingesting something hazardous. Never put food in a container that was not meant for food.
I play a lot of tennis and the old balls work great for my two dogs, but what uses are there for empty tennis ball cans?
Also would work as temporary storage for a paint brush so it doesn't dry out in between uses. (05/05/2004)
Once a roll of trash bags gets low, or you can use it for the smaller wastebasket rolls, you can place them in there with one sticking out and it works like the old baby wipe containers and won't unravel.
We have also used them to collect dried flower buds at the end of the summer to replant the next year. (05/05/2004)
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