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Using Small Cat Food Tins for Deodorizing

| December 28, 2011
Using Small Cat Food Tins for Deodorizing

Using small cat food tins for deodorizing is a quick and easy craft project. The reuse of objects that would otherwise be garbage is considered thrifty fun by many people.

Using small cat food tins for deodorizing is a quick and easy craft project. The reuse of objects that would otherwise be garbage is considered thrifty fun by many people.

People decorating and reusing the tins, the cat food tins must be washed and dried thoroughly. The cat owner may want to spray the inside and outside of the cat food tins with spray enamel once the tins are completely dry.

The cat owner may want to consider the colors of the room in which the decorated cat tin will be placed when deciding on how to decorate the cat food tin. Wrapping paper, wallpaper, or colored paper may be used to wrap or decoupage the tin.

Numerous types of craft supplies can be used to decorate the cat food tins. Craft accents such as small floral appliqu?s, buttons, foam letters, and other craft supplies can be glued to the tin after it has been sprayed with enamel or covered in paper.

For areas that have strong odor, the person may want to put white vinegar in the cat food tin and place it in the area. Some cat owners use tins containing vinegar near the litter boxes.

Cotton balls sprayed with a favorite cologne or dipped in pine cleaner can be placed in recycled cat tins to be used as deodorizers. Scented oils can be added to cotton balls placed in a small cat food tin.

Using small cat food tins for deodorizing can be done by adding potpourri to decorated tins. Some cat owners like to add small pine cones to the potpourri.

Tins can also be decorated for holiday decor. Using green and red spray enamel with accents added with paint pens or acrylic craft paint can hold pine cones or holiday potpourri.

Coffee beans are an excellent filler for recycled tins for people who enjoy the scent of coffee. After the coffee scent is no longer noticeable, the cat owner can often reactivate the scent by stirring the coffee beans and squeezing some of the beans open.

Cat food tins can be recycled as candleholders with a little care. Nothing flammable can be used to decorate tins used as candleholders. The tins must be placed on a heat-proof surface since the can may heat up when the candle is burned.

About the Author Make your own cat food information can be found at Moses Wright’s favorite free cat food website. Moses is an accredited writer in the cats industry with many years of experience in cat health.

Category: Feline Resources

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