Guy turns milk boxes into stackable shoe racks and netizens are loving it

Guy turns milk boxes into stackable shoe racks and netizens are loving it

- A resourceful guy took to Facebook to share how he was able to turn milk boxes into a shoe rack

- Trending shoe racks being sold online are the cute colorful stackable ones and they might have been the ones that inspired the resourceful guy

- He used cartons of Nido and Bonakid and carefully made them into a nice shoe rack that they can use at home

- He then painted the boxes brown and instead of mere boxes, they looked more like wooden furniture

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Resourcefulness and creativity are among the great qualities of a person, which could lead him to find solutions.

Facebook user Christian Lee Etan Gatoc posted photos of used milk boxes, mainly Nido and Bonakid.

Guy turns milk boxes into stackable shoe racks and netizens are loving it
Photo: Christian Lee Etan Gatoc
Source: Facebook

He then showed how he was able to use the said boxes and transform them into a stackable shoe rack.

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Aside from just the box, he opted to paint them brown so that they would look like wooden furniture.

The final product is something that everyone may follow.

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The pandemic has caused people to work on their ingenuity. With limited funds, recycling stuff may be the best option. Indeed, this is also one of the ways how Filipinos show their resiliency.

Filipino resilience is evident in times of crisis. Many have shown that they can make it through a pandemic. Filipinos abroad have also shown this kind of resiliency. This old man clearly showed this trait. He still tried his best to ensure that he would have a teeny bit of income in order to survive the pandemic.

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One very good example of Filipino resilience is how people looked for ways and means to live after they lost their jobs because of unexpected circumstances. For instance, a stewardess turned to online selling when she lost her job. She showed that there would always be a way.

Artists, like Gladys Guevarra, also put their skills in making Filipino delicacies to good use. A decent income from selling food will go a long way. Another artist who also turned to online selling is Gloc-9.

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