Man Uses CVS Receipt To Replace Broken Blind

  • If you’ve ever purchased something at CVS, you may have taken note that the register receipt runs exceptionally long, even though you¬†only bought a toothbrush.
  • Andrew Nolan happened to realize that his recent purchase at the pharmacy chain netted him a receipt that he could recycle into fixing a problem at home.
  • The Lakewood, Ohio man was missing one of the slats in his vertical blinds, so he put the multi-foot paper to work, which filled the spot completely.
  • Already Nolan has racked up 231,000 likes on Twitter, all because¬†“One of my blinds broke in my bedroom,” he writes.
  • Are you good at finding other purposes for old items? What’s the best thing you’ve upcycled?


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