What can I use Sinchies reusable pouches for you ask? When talking about Sinchies reusable pouches, most people think of them as only for babies and children, but let me assure you they aren’t just for that.
Yes they were originally designed to replace the supermarket bought yoghurt pouches and baby puree pouches but after a few days of having my very first Sinchie in my hand, I started to think of how amazing they would be for other things.
First up was salad dressing – oh how i dislike soggy salad!
Second was tomato sauce for when I went to a BBQ down at the beach. I rode my bike and taking a big bottle of sauce just wasn’t an option.
Third – Sunblock is cheaper to buy in bigger containers, but it’s not always practical for a beach bag. Not having sunblock with you is not really a wise option in Australia, so I dispensed some into Sinchies and now have one in my handbag, in my baby bag, in my car, in my picnic bag and in my beach bag!
Fourth – Herbs! So I buy packets of herbs and spices because it’s so much cheaper than bottles but then I discovered I had no “herb containers” – so out came the Sinchies and now it’s so easy to measure out.
Fifth – 100’s and 1000’s – When I used to have my family daycare we used to cook and ice cupcakes and biscuits! Everyone wanted to sprinkle their own 100’s and 1000’s and everyone wanted to be FIRST. So Sinchies to the rescue for both icing and sprinkling 100’s and 1000’s.
So you get the picture – the versatility of Sinchies is infinite. I wondered what other people used them for so I took to my Facey fans to ask them and this is what they said
- Body Wash
- Dishwashing Liquid
- Marinating chicken
- Soup storae
- Laundry detergent
- Fabric softener
- Homemade Toothpaste and the wrap bags for toothbrushes
- Cake batter
- Pancake batter
- Blobbing yoghurt drops for making yoghurt drops in the dehydrator
- Bianca said she keeps her Washing money in a snack bag as she needs gold coins
- Jackie said for Icing biscuits and cupcakes
- Storing leftover stock
- Penni uses her Sandwich bags for keeping Shopkins toys in
- Storing leftover cream so it doesn’t go out of date and goes to waste
- Lasagne sauce
- Leftover coconut milk
- Minced garlic
- Blitz up fresh herbs with some oil (much cheaper than the tubes from the supermarket)
- Sandwich bags for fresh breadcrumbs (if you have bread that’s about to go off)
- Tinned spaghetti
- Snack bags for Hair ties
- Craft supplies – especially glitter
- Portion our infant formula