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Reddit reviews on Sterilite 19859806, 30 Quart/28 Liter Ultra Latch Box, Clear with a White Lid and Black Latches, 6-Pack

Sentiment score: 1
Reddit mentions: 3

We found 3 Reddit mentions of Sterilite 19859806, 30 Quart/28 Liter Ultra Latch Box, Clear with a White Lid and Black Latches, 6-Pack. Here are the top ones.

Overall Assembled Size: 18 1/8" x 12 1/4" x 11 1/2"Ultra Latch Boxes provide a durable storage solution and the ability to quickly identify contentsIdeal for keeping closets, basements, garages, and attics neat and organized.Heavy duty latches attach the lid securely to the baseStackable for efficient use of vertical spaceProudly made in the USA

Found 3 comments on Sterilite 19859806, 30 Quart/28 Liter Ultra Latch Box, Clear with a White Lid and Black Latches, 6-Pack:

u/[deleted] · 5 pointsr/minimalism

Moving too many damn times.

I moved 10 times in 7 years - some of those were crosscountry moves! And none of those are counting the times I moved rooms within the same dorm.

It was exhausting. And at some point I realized... I don't use most of this stuff. Things that sit in the back of the closet until the next move, inside the same falling-apart cardboard box as 5 moves ago, is doing me no good. So I started getting rid of stuff. I got pretty ruthless about it. The stuff I don't regularly use now sits in one of three 30-quart plastic bins.

u/kyriya · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Why, I have no idea what you ladies are talking about. It's perfectly normal to have six of these along with one of these and countless amounts of these to hold all my craft/shopping stuffs. Plus, as I was telling /u/gingysnap , I have a craft closet as well as our garage is just one big storage closet. I don't think I have a shopping problem or anything. ;)

u/random_pattern · 1 pointr/Bedbugs

That's the solution I'm moving toward. Books into small containers like this and then the large containers into this, which gets sealed with duct tape. Then put the whole thing into storage.