Storing Gardening Gloves in a Tennis Ball Container

A MOTHER reader shares his idea for using a clear plastic tennis ball container with a plastic top for storing gardening gloves and keeping bugs out of the gloves.
By Arthur Lee
August/September 2000
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When storing her rubber work and garden gloves, my wife puts them into a clear plastic tennis ball container with a plastic top.
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Storing gardening gloves in a plastic tennis ball container keeps the bugs out of your gloves. 

When storing her rubber work and garden gloves, my wife puts them into a clear plastic tennis ball container with a plastic top. Storing gardening gloves this way keeps her gloves free of spiders when they are stored in dark places, under the sink or in her garden tool shed.

Arthur Lee
Santa Cruz, CA
 








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