Malone & Dean on mon 6 dec 04
I don't know about the UK but here in the USA sheetrockers are a great source
Jim Pendley on tue 7 dec 04
A friend of mine gave me a dozen empty Cat Litter
buckets as sold at COSTCO as 33 lbs of Scoop-Away.
I like them because they are Square and fit and stack
together with a minimum of wasted space. They are
similar in capacity to the sheetrock mud tubs. He
has several house cats and uses many a month. I have
taken the extras to the college lab for students clay.
The lid snaps closed tightly, but are not as hard to
remove as the sheetrock tubs. The only drawback I see
besides the jokes about the labeling is that they are
heavily perfumed, even when empty, but the smell of
moldy clay or glazes soon replaces it.
--- Malone & Dean wrote:
> I don't know about the UK but here in the USA
> sheetrockers are a great source
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