From Wine to Water

Use recycled wine bottles for cold water storage.
By Scott Davis
October/November 2012
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Any clean glass bottle can be used to keep cold water in the refrigerator.
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We use empty wine bottles to keep chilled water in the refrigerator.

You should have seen the looks we got from the kids the first time we took a “pull” straight from the bottle!

Scott Davis
Schofield, Wisconsin








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