21 Ways to Recycle Empty Prescription Bottles

April 6th, 2014 BY Gloria Campos | 66 Comments

Recent coughs and ear infections in my household have left me with a pile of empty unrecycable RX bottles sitting on my kitchen counter waiting for me to figure out what to do with them. I hate to throw them away, but Wednesday’s curbside recycling doesn’t recycle this kind of plastic here and my CVS pharmacy doesn’t recycle or reuse them either.

In an effort to find new uses for them I searched online and I have compiled a lists of these tips below.

Before reusing any empty prescription bottle in anyway take off the labels, so no one has access to your personal information and then clean and sanitize the bottles thoroughly.

STORAGE
1. Store seeds inside the bottles and then label the bottles according to the seeds they hold. Seeds that need to be kept cold can easily be placed inside the fridge in these bottles.

2. Glue several bottles next to each other and use the glued collection on your desk as a storage system for all your tiny things: rubber bands, paper clips, hair pins, needles, nails, bolts, screws, matches, etc. Or just place some fresh flowers inside to brighten up your office.

3. If you need a coin holder to place in your purse or your car, place your loose change in the prescription bottles. No more looking everywhere for change especially if you need to pay the toll.

4. Use these bottles to store Barbie’s high heels, jewelry etc.

DONATION
5. Donate your empty prescription bottles to your local vet, animal shelters, Some places will take prescription bottles and reuse them to fill prescriptions for the animals.

6. Some free clinics also take empty prescription bottles and reuse them. Ask if you can donate yours to the free clinic in your area. Right now North Point needs large prescription bottles.

7. Homeless shelters sometimes take empty prescription bottles. Call your local homeless shelter to find out if they do.

PETS
8. Makes a nice rattle/toy for cats (not babies). Put some dried beans inside and close it tight. Then let them play.

ART
9. If you like to paint decorative pieces and buy paint in large sizes to save money you can transfer some paint to these small containers to work on one or two projects at a time without using up all the paint or letting it dry up.

Food
Note: I have read in several places that it is not wise to use prescription bottles for any kind of food storage due to the residue that some prescriptions leave behind so please use caution if you decide to use any of the food storage tips below.

10. Here is an early valentine gift idea that involves reusing brown prescription bottles. Susan from Houston, TX fills hers up with chocolate kisses, relabels them “Rx for a Happy Valentine’s Day, lots of hugs and kisses!” and then gives them to the people she loves.

Caution: Putting candy in a prescription bottle can confuse a child. Please be careful about where you place these reused prescription bottles and your real ones. Children can’t tell the difference between one and the other.

11. Turn prescription bottles into saltshakers. Paint the bottles or leave as is. Poke tiny holes in the caps then fill them with salt or pepper and use them as saltshakers.

12. If you pack salad for lunch a prescription bottle is a tiny storage place to store some salad dressing.

EMERGENCY
13. You never know when your clothes will rip or you’ll loose a button. A Mini Sewing kits would come in handy in a case like this. Some prescription bottles are big enough to store some needles and thread and maybe more.

14. A tiny emergency kit for a cut or scrape can fit in a prescription bottle: band-aids, cotton balls, q-tips and some tiny alcohol wipes.

15. Use to neatly store plastic bags in your purse in case you suddenly need a plastic bag, say during a car ride with someone that tends to get motion sickness

CRAFT
16. As part of a quilting tip quilt designer Mark Lipinski suggest to store thread spools in prescription bottles to prevent it from tangling. See how here.

17. Melt them and make them into jewelry. This is supposed to be a fun kids craft. For instructions on how to melt certain types of prescriptions bottles go here.

Note: I do not know what kind of pollution this release in the air. For less air pollution maybe they can just be cut into pieces.

18. Make tiny maracas

19. Store buttons, beads and other small craft items in these bottles.

20. Make a Snowman Christmas Ornament out of a prescription bottle. For directions go here.

21. If you live in Canada you can contact PHARM-ECOLOGICAL ON-LINE!. They work with pharmacies to recycle plastics including prescription bottles.

Most pharmacies don’t recycle prescription bottles because in some cases pharmacies don’t have the equipment or manpower to do it. Prescription bottles have to be cleaned and sanitized before they are reused.

Feel free to leave more tips or any comments below.

Resources: Thriftyfun

  1. phillis
    1

    I love to use mine when traveling for liquids and creams like shampoo and conditioner. The flip top lids that come on my bottles, when placed the right way to make the bottles child proof, absolutely do not leak! Also, for boaters, use these bottles for things you don’t want to lose in the water. vice versa, they are air tight, thus won’t sink.

  2. heykarinakarina
    2

    What about concerns of contamination? Collecting my mom’s bottles, which stored blood pressure medicine… makes me feel a bit uneasy of donating them, say, to the animal shelter.

    • Responses to heykarinakarina
      3
      Jennifer says:
      July 9

      If you are dedicated to the recycling of these bottles and you don’t mind a little trouble you could always wash them out before donating them.

  3. Belinda
    4

    For those of you who lock yourself out of the house once in a while (certainly I have never done this!!) put a spare house key in the bottle and bury/hide it in a flower pot or garden area.

  4. Andy
    5

    I am a Pharmacist with Target and have been recycling our plastic prescription bottles as well as prescription stock bottles for months now with no problems. Most pharmacies are not set up to take customers bottles back to be recycle, but that does not stop customers from doing it themselves. At Target all of our bottles are made of #1 plastic (even the colored rings) so they are easily recycled. Just peal off or scribble out your personal information and toss the bottle in with your own recycling. Recycling processors wash all of the plastic by machine before using it for making new products so fear of drug contamination should be of little concern.
    (Oh, and I do realize that many pharmacies do not have #1 plastic bottles… that’s just another good reason to transfer your prescription to TARGET!) — Thanks!

    • Responses to Andy
      6
      Carol Ann says:
      October 29

      I just came from refilling my prescription at Target in Alexandria, VA and not only would the pharmacy tech not recycle to bottle I brought to show what I needed refilled, she refused to take the bottle to throw in her trash can. Yours is obviously not a national program.

      • 7
        Adonna says:
        March 8

        Hi Carol Ann, did you ever go to the Garden Grove Alano Club?

      • 8
        Kayleigh says:
        June 10

        Not to be rude, but you Obviously did not read her comment carefully enough. You have to recycle it YOURSELF in your own bin. She stated that pharmacies will not recycle them.

    • 9
      Mary Ann says:
      March 3

      I’ve been upset about this plastic waste for a long time. When I approached CVS, they said they would not recycle-reuse. Does Target? I would transfer just for this!

  5. Mollie
    10

    I think that I personally have way too many Rx bottles, so trying out these “creative” uses for bottles would end after about 20 bottles. And I read where someone is making an art project out of them. THEY WILL STILL END UP IN THE LANDFILL.

    How do we go about convincing the makers of these bottles to make them recyclable? I know a friend of mine just throws them in her recylable bin, but that DOES NOT mean they will be recycled. They are probably thrown out or the whole pile of recyclables is considered contaminated and the whole kit and kaboodle ends up in the landfill anyway. I’m saving mine until a better, more sustainable solution comes along.

    • Responses to Mollie
      11
      maureen says:
      July 11

      I used to work at a landfill and recycle center…and yes, they would consider a load contaminated and take it all to the landfill! That used to really upset me! They may have changed how they do it now (this was about 10 yrs ago) but I’m still really careful about what I put in my recycle bin!

  6. Maja
    12

    My husband uses larger prescription bottles for replacement ends on our shovel handles. He selects a bottle just a little large than the handle and then twists it on. That way they will never fall off. Then he puts electrical tape around it so it won’t hurt our hands. Works great!

    • Responses to Maja
      13
      Bart says:
      July 17

      Thanks for the good tip Maja, good on your husband to be so creative :)

  7. Creighton
    14

    This response is to ANDY THE PHARMACIST FROM TARGET. I am a Pharm Tech at Costco and a student with intensions of applying for Pharmacy school this summer. I’m trying to organize a way to develop a local system of recycling the stock bottles from all the surrounding Pharmacies. This has been a goal of mine since I’ve worked in the Pharmacy. I’m hoping the success of such a project will increase the competivness of my future application.
    Anyways, you sound very knowledgible in your response about Target’s own recycling program. I would like to ask you a few questions if you would be willing to help me. Thanks!
    email: kra_10@msn.com

  8. hava
    15

    Lets forget about recycling the bottles for a minute and think about re-using them…for exactly what they were meant for, rxs. I know that many people take regular monthly medications. They should be able to bring our rx bottles back to the pharmacy for our refills…no need for a new bottle and no worry about contamination…same drugs are going in them. We tend to forget about all of the air polution that is made when we recycle….reusing and upcycling are better choices!

    • Responses to hava
      16
      Kathleen says:
      June 5

      I am just old enough to remember the pharmacy required you to bring your bottle back for refill, to confirm the intended user, and to conserve on containers (usually glass at that time).

  9. Jennifer
    17

    Many christian mission trips going to places such as Haiti set up mobile clinics in area villiages where these empty RX bottles can be used. Check your local churches for these mission trips or you can probably find something online if you google it. The group I go with is heartsforhaiti.org based in Southern Indiana.

  10. Nicholas Allen Swiney
    18

    Can this site be trusted, was one of my first thoughts! I like the ideas, but some of the pop-ups are bizzare! Ha ha! Humorous, but bizzare! Nice ideas on helping our animals and shelters, though!

    *Nicholas*

  11. Becki
    19

    Being a knitter and crocheter, I can hardly wait for my husband’s larger bottles. I store crochet needles, shorter double pointed knitting needles, stitch markers, etc. It certainly keeps my knitting bag clutter free.

  12. Lorraine
    20

    Where you purchase your perscriptions that is the place where the bottles should be returned for a discount on your next perscription.

    • Responses to Lorraine
      21
      Bart says:
      July 17

      That’s a great tip Lorraine :)

  13. Terri (One safety conscious nurse!)
    22

    Empty Rx bottles with childproof caps are an excellent way to safely discard ”sharps” in household trash……..syringe needles (for insulin dependent diabetics), bent sewing pins and needles, ruined thumb tacks, staples, toothpicks, the possibilities are endless! That way no one gets ”stuck” taking out the trash.

    • Responses to Terri (One safety conscious nurse!)
      23
      Mark says:
      August 13

      In my town, discarding ”sharps” in anything other than an approved ”Sharps Container” is the same as just throwing them in the trash, and can get you fined. Though it could be a solution for travel as long as you bring them home and dispose of them properly.

    • 24
      Rhonda says:
      June 20

      That’s exactly what we do with glucose testing sharps and strips, but we still have a bazillion bottles. Our local recycler, Waste Management, only takes #1 and #2 plastic (LAME!!) so this is definitely a huge problem. (If anyone has a chance to see a documentary called ”Addicted to Plastic,” do so. It will open your eyes to the real horror that is the legacy of our plastic dependency.)

  14. Terri (One safety conscious nurse!)
    25

    Empty Rx bottles with childproof caps are an excellent way to safely discard ”sharps” in household trash……..syringe needles (for insulin dependent diabetics), bent sewing pins and needles, ruined thumb tacks, staples, toothpicks, the possibilities are endless! That way no one gets ”stuck” taking out the trash.

  15. Staci
    26

    I always like to be well prepared for any situation, whether it is traveling or going to the store. My Sister and Mom laughingly refer to my purse as ’Aunt Staci’s Magic Purse’. If you need it – I most likely have it!!! I use bottles for items such as first aid kits, sewing kits, toothpicks, small hair accessories, wrapped hard candy, Pepcid Complete, etc. My Nieces and Nephews know to never get into my purse without asking, but to be on the safe side, I create colorful labels with a picture of what is in each bottle. I have one section of my purse reserved for these items. The absolute best use that I have discovered for certain sized bottles is to safely transport nail polish or trial sized perfume bottles – both in my purse and my luggage.

  16. Mark
    27

    I have some larger Rx bottles that i use to store my lancets(diabetic testing) in and recycle the boxes.

    I also have a ton of them in my tool box filled with nails, screws, nuts, bolts etc.. I mark the bottles with the sizes.

    They also work well in tackleboxes for hooks or whatever. Helps keep a tacklebox organized, and hepls to eliminate some hooked fingers.

    I also use them for mini First-aid kits for the family. some different size bandages, couple neosporin singles, and a few alcohol prep pads. They can be thrown in a bookbag, briefcase or whatever.

    I also use some of the longer ones to keep drink mix singles in to store in my backpack.

  17. Ronda Eikenberry
    28

    I use them for putting in those doggy poop bags. Since i camp a lot and we have a leave no trace, it’s a good way to hold a roll of the bags. I have no dog, however it’s doubled as a sick bag too.

  18. Jan
    29

    I use Walgreens pharmacies, my bottles are #5’s. Everything but a #6 is recyclable in my area (St. Louis). I suggest that if you have family in other parts of the country, have them check to see if they are recylable in their area, if they are, take them when you go to visit and put them in their recycle bin.

  19. Elaine
    30

    Like Mark, I’ve been storing my used lancets and used strips from my Bloog Glucose meter in a prescription bottle when I test at work. I just save it until it is full and take it home to dispose of in my Sharps container. I love the pharmacy recycle idea. I would think that if it’s my own bottle, there should be no contamination issues.

  20. Barbara
    31

    Why doesn’t all the makers of these bottles use a recyclable plastic in the first place? The public should demand it. Is it only cost related? This is a huge waste, and is only going to get worse as the baby boomers get older. Is there a way to contact the various companies that produce these bottles? Maybe call/email your congress rep to discuss the problem. I personally think there would have to be a national campaign informing everyone of the issue, and what to do with the bottles to get any real change. I just started on some meds myself a few months ago, so mine are piling up and I refuse to just toss them in the garbage. I get mine from Walmart, so I called them, but they don’t take them back either.

  21. Rod
    32

    Why can’t containers be reused for your own prescriptions, refill them with the same meds, drop off and pick up.

    • Responses to Rod
      33
      Barbara says:
      December 5

      Just thinking about the safety issues and laws in place to protect consumers, tells me it’s not something a reputable pharmacy is willing to do. They don’t have control over what could have been in that container before you bring it back, no matter what the label happens to say. Even residue from other meds can cause problems. They’d have to err on the side of safety and sanitize every bottle. So if there is a pharmacy you know of that does that, I’d be curious to know. It’s just one of the many wasteful products that could be changed … IF… there were an incentive for the manufacturers.

  22. Gail Rajala
    34

    There is a young man that collects them. I get about 6 months worth in a box and mail them to him. Here is his website.
    http://waste-not-want-not.tripod.com/id14.html

    • Responses to Gail Rajala
      35
      Lynne says:
      June 10

      THIS IS A GREAT SITE. They recycle ALL kinds of things to nursing homes, needy and our soldiers overseas. AWESOME

    • 36
      Louanne Peterman says:
      August 4

      Message for Gail.(August 4,2011)
      I went to the website for the young man collecting prescription bottles to recycle and called the number he had posted. I got the young man on the phone but he said he is no longer doing the prescription bottle collecting. It just got to be too much work.
      I strongly suggest everybody who reads this to take a few minutes to go to Jacob’s website and look at the pictures. The number of bottles is staggering!!! So far I’ve not found anybody who recycles in the Charlotte North Carolina area.(Or any area for that matter!)
      Louanne

  23. CM
    37

    how in the world do you get the labels off? I’ve tried peeling, a few worked, boiling, most worked, but still there’s some that wouldn’t even boil, and we have tons of them-husband and I have medical issues, and they’re taking over. and the boiling was not quick, I think I boiled the bottles for up to 3 hours. there must be an easier way. asking the company not to use such strong adhesive doesn’t seem to work

    • Responses to CM
      38
      ashley says:
      February 19

      CM,

      you can soak them in the sink in hot, soapy water for about 5-10 minutes and the labels will slide off. If you let them soak any longer, it won’t work and you will have to start over.

      Also, I find that Costco labels will rip right off with no residue, as long as you tear quickly (like a band-aid). Perhaps you should consider switching. I do not have a membership to Costco even, yet my savings were so great that I cancelled my rx insurance because it was cheaper just to get them at Costco. Oh, and if you do not have a costco in your area, you can do everything over the phone and online–once you get it set up they send you 90-day supplies in the mail for free.

      Oh, and I don’t work for Costco, I just love saving money.

    • 39
      Barbara says:
      May 30

      I learned that most labels can be removed by applying heat from a hair dryer.

  24. ps
    40

    Question regarding the link to the place in Canada…do they reuse the plastic if still in tact or do they just ship off to recycle all the plastic? I ask because I can put all my plastic items in my own recycle bin. I was looking for alternatives because processing all of it to recycle takes more energy.

  25. Samantha Garcia
    41

    I love the idea recycling prescription bottle in my area small town in Canada we don’t have recycling program.

  26. Mary
    42

    I put quarters in them in the car. You never know when you may need them for parking or toll. I also use them for batteries. I am still trying to find ways to re-cycle them. Too good to be thrown into the trash.

  27. Mr. Bill2
    43

    Great information! I have been needing this quite a long time!

  28. Kat
    44

    This was eye opening. I’m going to print up a little something to suggest to pharmacists/drug stores they recommend and accept empty prescription bottles for refills of the same medication. I like to see plastic get multiple uses. Why not? I enjoyed all the earlier comments too. Gives me ideas to share.

  29. Joe
    45

    I use the bottles to store diabetic sharps, whenever I go to doctors office, or our shopping mall I just drop it in their sharps container. Also our community has a sharps/ un-needed medication day at the health center.

  30. irmine hero
    46

    Love all your comments and ideas. I ve ben wondering what to do with them even if I take very little prescription or supplements in plastic containers. Refusing needs to be added to Reusing and recycling. Can we refuse the pharmacist to put your drug in a container and just ask for a paper bag? this should be a choice for people who do not hqave kids or live alone, and yes I agree that not only the pharmacies should take them back but pharmaceutical companies should have a service to clean and reuse them at their expense.

  31. Sharon Shay Olivas
    47

    So much for saving our Earth. I'm going to check w/my local Middle School & High School, maybe they can use them for their classrooms or even a class project/experiment. I HATE tossing the empties away each month. As much as I utilize the empties for beads, hair ties, bread ties, tiny lego pieces, money, etc. I still cringe at the fact NO ONE recycles them. Maybe if each of us writes to our local mayor, governor, etc. we could make a difference.

  32. Lynn Bendick
    48

    1. Secure bent and disposed sewing machine & hand sewing needles in a recyled Rx bottle & keep it next to your sewing machine and serger. This will prevent dropped ones on the floor from the trash if it is tipped over.

    2. Secure used razor blades in a Rx bottle and new blades in another. Be sure to label each bottle.

    3. Secure extra jewelry for traveling.

    4. Use a small Rx bottle to store a small amount of amonia to be used for mosquito and other insect bites. Use a cotton ball, Q-tip or even your finger tip to dip into the amonia and rub into the wound. It instanly neutralizes the venum and prevents the itching from returning after 3 days. You can also use any product with amonia.

    5. Store spices bought in bulk in labeled bottles. You will pay a small fraction of what the pre-packaged/bottled spices cost.

    6. Store condements (mayonaise, mustard, catsup pickel relish, etc.,) rather than spreading before sandwichs are to be eaten later.

    7. I use a recyled Rx bottle for pressing down the arm on my toaster since the plastic knob broke off.

    I have a difficult time remembering to take my pills at specific scheduled times, so I set one up for each, scheduled time with in 24 hours to take my pills and then place them next to my alarm clock which I have to keep resetting the alarm. If I am busy or away from the larger monthly pill reminders I can carry a days supply for each seperate scheduled time and keep them in a pocket or purse. I use a permanent marker to write the schedled time for each in large numbers/letters for easy viewing for which hour. I put clear tape over the ink on the plastic bottles since the ink does rub off easily.

    If you prefer to use only one bottle for each day, you can start withthe last group of pills at the bottom and place a small cotton ball as a divider for each scheduled time & place the pills on top of the cotton ball for each hour. The first group to be taken should be at the top.

    I can slip one or more in my pocket or in my purse, I just found and ordered a small pocket size alarm pill reminder, from Publisher Clearing House, which will allow me to set 4 seperate scheduled times. When it arrives I will keep it right with the small pill bottles I will keep it right with the day supply in my pocket.

    • Responses to Lynn Bendick
      49
      E-Marvin Almond says:
      October 20

      If you Need any, let me Know. I could Melt them in the sun and Make Boal's out of them But it would be too much work, so I use them as Bobber's for fishing ! and small part's holders on a board. Have a Nice day and a better Tommrow ! ——-(HUGS)

    • 50
      E-Marvin Almond says:
      December 28

      in Addition to the Container I put a BAR Magnet in the bottle, it keeps them to gather and put into a pan of hot wax, keeps them sharp and clean.( Wipe off the Excess wax. )

  33. E-Marvin Almond
    51

    How about Your Collection of Coins for the Grand Kids, New and Old Coins and souviners!

  34. Jahodovy Dzem
    52

    create replicas of the pill bottles House uses on House MD and sell them to his fans on ebay.. I don't think they use the RX bottles anywhere else in the world besides the US. I am just trying to find a way to buy these bottles at the moment. We don't use them in Europe so it would be kind of cool if I had one just for fun with some candies in it pretending I was popping pills.

  35. Jahodovy Dzem
    53

    By the way, can anyone please explain why on earth you (Americans) get your pills in these bottles in the first place? :)

    • Responses to Jahodovy Dzem
      54
      March 9

      What do you get your pills in?

  36. Carmelle Cardinal
    55

    Geese I have so maby of bottle don't know what to do with it very creative what a ideas Thank's alot.

  37. Buyincoins En
    56

    I found <a href=http://www.buyincoins.com>a nice site, where can buy good products, buyincoins</a>- a professional electronics online website, <a href=http://www.buyincoins.com>what let you buy from China directly </a>without any shipping fee. There are Computer Accessories, iPod, iPhone Accessories, HDMI Video Cable, Laser Pointer, Card Reader, Headphone, Silicone Case and more Cool Gadgets.

  38. Buyincoins En
    57

    I found <a href=http://www.buyincoins.com>a nice site, where can buy good products, buyincoins</a>- a professional electronics online website, <a href=http://www.buyincoins.com>what let you buy from China directly </a>without any shipping fee. There are Computer Accessories, iPod, iPhone Accessories, HDMI Video Cable, Laser Pointer, Card Reader, Headphone, Silicone Case and more Cool Gadgets.hg.

  39. Buyincoins En
    58

    I found <a href=http://www.buyincoins.com>a nice site, where can buy good products, buyincoins</a>- a professional electronics online website, <a href=http://www.buyincoins.com>what let you buy from China directly </a>without any shipping fee. There are Computer Accessories, iPod, iPhone Accessories, HDMI Video Cable, Laser Pointer, Card Reader, Headphone, Silicone Case and more Cool Gadgets.kh.

  40. Buyincoins En
    59

    I found <a href=http://www.buyincoins.com>a nice site, where can buy good products, buyincoins</a>- a professional electronics online website, <a href=http://www.buyincoins.com>what let you buy from China directly </a>without any shipping fee. There are Computer Accessories, iPod, iPhone Accessories, HDMI Video Cable, Laser Pointer, Card Reader, Headphone, Silicone Case and more Cool Gadgets.uy.

  41. Buyincoins En
    60

    I found <a href=http://www.buyincoins.com>a nice site, where can buy good products, buyincoins</a>- a professional electronics online website, <a href=http://www.buyincoins.com>what let you buy from China directly </a>without any shipping fee. There are Computer Accessories, iPod, iPhone Accessories, HDMI Video Cable, Laser Pointer, Card Reader, Headphone, Silicone Case and more Cool Gadgets.798.

  42. Buyincoins En
    61

    I found <a href=http://www.buyincoins.com>a nice site, where can buy good products, buyincoins</a>- a professional electronics online website, <a href=http://www.buyincoins.com>what let you buy from China directly </a>without any shipping fee. There are Computer Accessories, iPod, iPhone Accessories, HDMI Video Cable, Laser Pointer, Card Reader, Headphone, Silicone Case and more Cool Gadgets.7979.

  43. Buyincoins En
    62

    I found <a href=http://www.buyincoins.com>a nice site, where can buy good products, buyincoins</a>- a professional electronics online website, <a href=http://www.buyincoins.com>what let you buy from China directly </a>without any shipping fee. There are Computer Accessories, iPod, iPhone Accessories, HDMI Video Cable, Laser Pointer, Card Reader, Headphone, Silicone Case and more Cool Gadgets.67868.

  44. Buyincoins En
    63

    I found <a href=http://www.buyincoins.com>a nice site, where can buy good products, buyincoins</a>- a professional electronics online website, <a href=http://www.buyincoins.com>what let you buy from China directly </a>without any shipping fee. There are Computer Accessories, iPod, iPhone Accessories, HDMI Video Cable, Laser Pointer, Card Reader, Headphone, Silicone Case and more Cool Gadgets.57765.

  45. Buyincoins En
    64

    I found <a href=http://www.buyincoins.com>a nice site, where can buy good products, buyincoins</a>- a professional electronics online website, <a href=http://www.buyincoins.com>what let you buy from China directly </a>without any shipping fee. There are Computer Accessories, iPod, iPhone Accessories, HDMI Video Cable, Laser Pointer, Card Reader, Headphone, Silicone Case and more Cool Gadgets.5767.

  46. Buyincoins En
    65

    I found <a href=http://www.buyincoins.com>a nice site, where can buy good products, buyincoins</a>- a professional electronics online website, <a href=http://www.buyincoins.com>what let you buy from China directly </a>without any shipping fee. There are Computer Accessories, iPod, iPhone Accessories, HDMI Video Cable, Laser Pointer, Card Reader, Headphone, Silicone Case and more Cool Gadgets.78676.

  47. Buyincoins En
    66

    I found <a href=http://www.buyincoins.com>a nice site, where can buy good products, buyincoins</a>- a professional electronics online website, <a href=http://www.buyincoins.com>what let you buy from China directly </a>without any shipping fee. There are Computer Accessories, iPod, iPhone Accessories, HDMI Video Cable, Laser Pointer, Card Reader, Headphone, Silicone Case and more Cool Gadgets.7687687.


  48. What do you have to say?