Using Sturdy Head Bands Instead of Rubber Bands

I can't afford good rubber bands. And if I had a nickel for every time the ones I had broke just when I needed them . . .

So when I am at the Dollar Tree, I get the 6/$1.00 packet of head bands. Today was potting soil. I have also used these to keep the bag inside the trash can, tie up tomato plants, bundled cords and chargers, secured my flagpole in the wind, held doors open when I was moving in, and tied my towel to the oven door.

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They are versatile and so cheap. And to be honest, they smell much better than rubber and don't hurt my hands if they break! N-JOY!

Source: Just my need to use what I have at home

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July 2, 20200 found this helpful

Those do work very well. I often save the sturdy rubber bands that are around produce for jobs like this too.

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