Stop trash building up in your car with dry food storage

From CNET

If you spend a lot of time in your car, trash will slowly begin to accumulate. Receipts, straw papers, cups, cans, bags and all sorts of other bits of trash will find their way under the seats, the abyss between the seats and the center console and every other crevice possible. That is, unless you’re adamant about grabbing everything each time you get out of your car.

It’s a seriously great habit to have, but it’s also one that’s not always easy to keep.

An easier way to keep your car tidy is to have a designated place to temporarily store your trash — no different than inside your house — until it’s full or you have a better way to dispose of it.

You can buy in-car trash cans and some of them work just fine. The few I have bought all mounted to the back of the headrest of the passenger seat and there are two reasons this didn’t sit well with me. One, it puts your…

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