I've got a covered tray of old paint in the cabinet under my bathroom sink. It has been there for about 2 years. I'm not joking.
I have a bag of the used and spent batteries that go into my noise-canceling headsets. That bag also happens to be the bag I carry the headset in, so it's rattling around in there with a bunch of old batteries. Again, not joking.
And I wish I were joking when I tell you about the friend my sister and I had years back who saved cooking grease FOREVER and used it in conjunction with a deep fat fryer. That was about the nastiest thing ever to imagine her immersing food in whatever was living in that fryer.
So, what should be done with these things...the oil, the batteries, the paint?
SimplyHuman tells us .
In particular, the paint-disposal method is one I never had heard before. I believe they got it from a site simply named paint.org.
(Wonder how much paint.org paid for that URL and when?)
So, what items are around your house, car etc. that you know you should dispose of, but don't know quite how?