Reddit Reddit reviews Rubbermaid Easy Find Lids Food Storage Container, 2.5 Gallon, Racer Red 1777164

We found 6 Reddit comments about Rubbermaid Easy Find Lids Food Storage Container, 2.5 Gallon, Racer Red 1777164. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Rubbermaid Easy Find Lids Food Storage Container, 2.5 Gallon, Racer Red 1777164
Food storage container features an Easy Find Lid that snaps on to the container base as well as same-size lids, so you can always find lids when you need them, and your cabinets stay organizedPlastic food storage container is great for leftovers, cabinet storage, crafts, and moreNests easily with other containers for compact storageThick, durable container walls for everyday useMicrowave-safe base, freezer and dishwasher safe, and BPA free
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6 Reddit comments about Rubbermaid Easy Find Lids Food Storage Container, 2.5 Gallon, Racer Red 1777164:

u/ilikewatches · 9 pointsr/cigars
  1. Buy this
  2. Buy this
  3. Buy this

    Then...

  4. Wash out #1 and let it dry so there is no more plastic smell.
  5. Put #2 and 1-2 of #3 into #1 with your cigars.
  6. Check to ensure that rh is between 60-65% after a couple days.
  7. Walk away

    Months later...

  8. Check if boveda is getting hard as a puck. If it is, replace it.
  9. Take the hard boveda pack and put it in another container with distilled water until it puffs back up. Dry it off and throw it in a ziplock to save to replace the ones in the tupperware.
  10. Repeat
u/johnnychronicseed · 7 pointsr/microgrowery

Looks like a pretty good start there.

Pots: If just doing one plant I used something like this that filled my case perfectly and just wrapped it in aluminum tape

Soil: Fox Farms Ocean Forest is recommended alot around here and you can buy small bags

Nutrients: There is a plethora of nutrients you can use from GO Box to Botanicare to General Hydroponics and many many many many more. With almost as many methods.

Edit: Also case wise that mid tower is going to be too small, you will definately want to go for a full tower. Something like this

EditEdit: Here is something to power your fans with no DIY

Or Splice this onto you fans

u/sallen99 · 3 pointsr/badroommates

Use large tupperware containers like this to separate out what is yours and what is his. Maybe you each get two or 3. Label them with your names. You each can only put enough food in the container to fill it and that's it. Label the shelves if you don't want to buy the containers and label the cabinets. This is a shared space that you both pay for. He's being very inconsiderate.

u/OGShua · 2 pointsr/cigars

It does. I just bought a 40-cup Tupperware from Amazon because of it.

I am currently looking around online to find ideas to either build my own humidor, or build a cedar liner for the Tupperware. The latter being preferable as I could hopefully make a few of them for relatively cheap.

EDIT: Now I am wondering if I should get this one as it might provide a better seal.

Thoughts?

u/norrinrad · 1 pointr/cocktails

yeah i use this: http://www.amazon.com/Rubbermaid-Storage-Container-BPA-Free-Plastic/dp/B000WEMFGQ. works well for this as well as other large food projects.

u/notabigmelvillecrowd · 1 pointr/IndianFood

I have a few of these guys for bigger packages, they hold a 15 lb bag of rice or an 8lb bag of chickpeas, and two litre mason jars for smaller stuff.