Plastic storage bins used if you are tired of your potatoes or vegetables being destroyed. Potatoes need a cool, dry and dark place so they do not grow, but they should not be stored in refrigerators because they are a starch and will be too sweet. Vegetables need a dry environment to slow the decay process. Building a bin vegetable storage will keep your vegetables fresh longer
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Make a rough sketch of bees you plan to build plastic storage bins the dimensions of all six sides: front and back, sides, bottom and lid on top. Take into account how many potatoes or vegetables you want to store in the trash can. Measure and cut pre-treated plywood with a table looking into six separate pieces that you need. Connect the pieces with a hammer and nail on the ends, with the nails placed about 6 inches apart. Do not connect the top piece this way.
Place the piece on the opening at the top of the box and attach the hinges to the back edge of the lid and to the back of the trash. Nail the hinges in place, or use a drill to screw in wooden screws. Drill a row of holes in the back of the storage compartment to create ventilation. Place storage compartments in the basement where it is cooler. If you do not have a basement, then place the plastic storage bins in a cool, dry place in or around your home.