CDs are recyclable, but you can’t just throw them in your curbside recycling bin. These circular disks, contain traces of aluminum and gold, which are easily recyclable materials. You may have to work a little harder to find a place to recycle your old CDs. However can easily create up brand new decoration for the house with the ones you already have.
#1 Use Cds to Decorate Your Mirror Frame or Photo Frame
#2 Lamp Shade That Looks Very Modern and Disco
#3 Pieces of Cds Glued to the Table Top, Looks like a Shiny Mosaic
#4 The Kitchen Gets an Interstellar Makeover
#5 Simple to Make Coasters for Glasses or Glasses
#6 Dream Catchers Made of Cds, Beads and Colorful Yarn
#7 Elegant Jewelry Box
#8 Incredibly Decorative Christmas Tree Accessory
#9 The New Image of a Boring Flower Pot
#10 Mosaic Plate That Can Serve as a Decorative Platter or a Birdbath
#11 Recycled Guitar Looking like a Work of Art
#12 Whole Collocation of Cds Transformed into Water Lilies Shimmering in the Sun
#13 All Earrings in One Place
#14 CDs Can Also Be Used to Make Small Pots Perfect For Planting Succulents
#15 Round Coasters You Can Decorate Any Way You like
#16 Eye-Catching and Colorful Pen Holder
#17 Three Cds Are Enough to Make a Napkin Holder
#18 Clutch Bag Given a More Extravagant Look
#19 Original Curtain Holders
#20 Space Cap
#21 Colorful Curtain for Kids Room or as a Party Decoration
How to melt a CD to make it into a bowl shape?
Preheat the oven to about 300-390°F. Remove the white foil from the CD (the place for signing the CD). Place a glass or an empty can on a baking sheet. Place the CD on it (shiny side up) and put it in the oven. After 2-3 minutes, it will begin to melt. CD will become soft and stick to the glass. Then turn off the oven and take out the content, which will have a shape similar to a bowl or the glass that you’ve used.
What are your patents for recycling CDs?