DIY Survival Soda Bottle Cap Container
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Ready or not, here comes yet another diy project. I love doing this projects especially the easy ones such as the diy survival lip balm lantern, diy survival spice pack and the diy survival whistle. Today we are going to be making this diy survival soda bottle cap container. I really love how compact these things are, they won’t take up much space.

This container is also waterproof and you can use it to carry your smaller survival supplies that you do not want to get wet. The project itself is a great way to recycle these soda bottle caps. I was pretty excited when I came across this brilliant idea, I just had to try it. These containers have two small storage sections one on either side.

DIY Survival Soda Bottle Cap Container

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Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • 2 empty plastic soda bottles
  • small hacksaw or utility knife
  • sand paper
  • milk carton or flat plastic
  • marker
  • scissors
  • super glue

Step By Step Instructions

Step 1.

Cut both bottles immediately below the bottle cap rim
to remove the cap and the part of the bottle it screws into.

Step 2.

Use the sand paper to smooth out the rough edges.

Step 3.

Outline a circle using the marker, tracing the around the
edges of the bottle cap onto the milk carton.

Step 4.

Cut out the circle you traced  above, with scissors.

Step 5.

Glue the plastic base to the bottom on the bottle caps.

Step 6.

Apply some glue on the edge of the other bottle cap and
then press it, on to the plastic base.

Step 7.

Place the container in between your palms and apply
pressure from both ends to ensure the caps are stuck together.

Leave it out to dry for a few hours before using it. As already mentioned above there many different things that you can store in this container. These include cotton wool fiber, char cloth and wood shavings to help you start a fire or even a few pain killer tablets. It could also store your salt and pepper for seasoning your food. I think I will even make one for storing my sugar and tea, why not? đŸ™‚

You can watch the video below on diy survival container from bottle caps…

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