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Hi Nigel.  Thank you. That’s why the  cardboard boxes need recycling, but first replacing . I went to Ikea, once, and once was enough for me, I like to buy, pay, and leave, not walk around in circles. Some “ Home Depot type” stores sell “ Really Useful” plastic boxes. But I am certain that I am hoarding stuff that can be binned/ recycled.Best wishes.  Kevin



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