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Homemade Funnel

Recently I had to add oil to my car while traveling. I always keep a couple extra quarts of oil in the storage area along with a funnel, jumper cables, extra fuses, and a few other items.
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However, for some reason, the funnel was not there. I had just finished a bottle of water, so I used the empty bottle to make a funnel. I think I actually like this better, because I can just throw it away after using, instead of trying to clean out the funnel that is normally there to keep oil off the storage area.

It is simple to make, just cut across the bottle. This could also be used in the kitchen, sand box, pool, or anytime you need a funnel.

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February 1, 20170 found this helpful

This is a great idea.

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February 2, 20170 found this helpful

MY HUSBAND, DID THIS, A MONTH OR SO, AGO! NEEDED TO PUT OIL OR ANTIFREEZE, IN HIS CAR & WE'RE AT, THE AUTO PARTS STORE & DIDN'T HAVE A FUNNEL, SO, HE CUT A WATER BOTTLE, INTO & USED IT, FOR, A FUNNEL

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ALSO! GREAT MINDS, THINK, ALIKE!!!

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