How to make a kitchen cache
I recently visited a souvenir shop where a seemingly useless thing caught my attention — a can of peanut butter, empty inside. I did not understand the essence of this souvenir, but an idea came to my mind how to make a little secret in which you could store small valuables or a money stash.I took the idea from the souvenir I saw: there must be emptiness in the jar inside. Only instead of peanut butter I decided to use corn grains. My logic is simple: the thieves will see peanut butter and may want to try it, and then there is a nest egg. A bank of corn certainly will not attract attention. You can also take any other product: buckwheat or peas.2. In the jar put the bottle bottom down. 3. At the very edge of the throat, the cans drew a line on the bottle and cut it with scissors at this point.After that, it remains to fill the internal space between the can wall and the bottle. It turned out to be easy to do: a plastic bottle is folded back and even large grains can be easily poured.I fell asleep all the space, I shook the jar a little, after which it was required to be poured more, as the large grains were well tampered. This turned out to be a bank with a secret that completely inconspicuous in the kitchen. It can store valuable ornaments, keys or money.
What you need for thisMaterials needed:
- Empty bottle from - under water.
- A liter jar with a neck under a screw cap.
- Marker and scissors.
- Bulk product to fill free space.
How to: step by step instructions for making a cache in a bankHaving collected all the necessary components, I proceeded as follows: / u> 1. I removed the sticker from the bottle and dried the container well. By the way, the bank should also be dry.y
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