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    I have three drums for free in Manchester md. 2 are blue 1 is white. They have only had alcohol except one I filled with water once. All have plugs.
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    I have three drums for free in Manchester md. 2 are blue 1 is white. They have only had alcohol except one I filled with water once. All have plugs.
    Thanks that is a nice offer but to far away from me.
    I want all to know these have many uses.
    One cuts top off of one and put it as a lid on another. Very, very useful. Don't take up much space.
    Engine heads, parts, pumps, wire, dry storage of most anything. I deem them valuable for storage forever stuff. These are my copper collection and all my wire. They are hurricane proof, no bugs or critters either.
    Somebody should take them or the OP should repurpose them. Do not trash them. Left over parts make good oil drain pans, rain catchers, paint booths, duck ponds, etc.
    Here is my two
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    The cement disks are not to hold lid on. Once lid is dropped on they never move. The Cement is for the cat to get traction to jump the fence, She is my critter getter.
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    Yup, too far away from me too, but nice to see they are offered.

    I use these on the farm often, for all sorts of storage, but hadn't considered the method posted here.

    Great idea!
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