How Would I DIY?—First-Aid Kit Container

Where is your first-aid kit stored, and what kind of container is it in? I was checking out my local ReStore in Vancouver this past weekend and came across tons of solid plastic containers which are normally used to store power drills, and things like that—but wouldn’t they be perfect for a first-aid kit? You can either spray paint them red (maybe with a white cross on the front so it is extra obvious) or just buy one of the red cases. At $5, you really can’t go wrong—and you’d be hard pressed to misplace your first-aid kit if you put one together in one of these cases.

DIY first Aid kit

DIY first aid

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Comments

  1. Susan O says:

    Have you actually tried this yet? If so, how did it work? Did you do anything about the molded interior?

    • No, I haven't tried this yet. I actually found a white wall cabinet that I'm using for a first-aid kit instead. I might try it out, though. I imagine I could just add padding to certain sections with the moulded interior. I'll have to try it out some time.