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I keep a pint sized Mason jar in the cabinet under my bathroom sink with a slit in the metal lid just big enough to pop blades into. I put epoxy on the threads before twisting the lid back on and voila, once it's full in the trash it goes.
WOW !! Got home from work,turned on the computer and checked the thread expecting to see one or two responses. Thank you guys for so many great ideas and some comic relief as well. Thank you again!! The advice is great.
Took the advice of some of you here. I had a few glass jars with metal screw tops.I wrapped some tap around the screw cap and used my k bar type knife to put a slit in it. I think this will last a while. Although those antique blade banks sure do look cool
You can buy sharps containers at some drug stores. I got one of the 2.5 ounce spice containers at a rummage sale, glued the metal top in place, and cut a slot on one side with a hacksaw. The blades just fit through the slot and will fit flat in the can.
Blades can be curved enough to fit into the openings of 12 and 16 oz. beverage cans. Drop it in, smash the can, and put it in the trash.
Use the plastic cans that lighter fluid comes in. Just cut a slot in the back. The spout opening is too small for the blade to to either go in or come out of.
If you use a container that was originall for something else be sure to label it so others will know what is in it now.