Recycling Syringe Caps

These mauve objects are plastic caps used to protect the needles on syringes. One of the Beds and Buck Narrow Gauge Modellers asked me if I could think of a use for them.

Well, I like a challenge and here’s what I did.

Yes, it’s another wagon load. I’m not sure what they are, but lets imagine they’re machined brass objects.

That’s 24 of the syringe tops used. Now what am I going to do with all the others in that tub??

 

4 comments

    • Thanks Andy. I must admit I’m a bit short of ideas for what to do with the others….. Chimney pots?? But that’s a lot of buildings 🙂

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  1. They look like a wagon load of artillery shells awaiting their nose cones – fantastic bit of recycling, well done 👏

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