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What are the downfalls of using cardboard boxes as storage?
There are many downfalls to using cardboard boxes as storage. Cardboard boxes are not as sturdy as boxes made of other materials, such as plastic, so they can be dented, damaged, or broken fairly easily. They are also not air-tight, which means that damaging factors such as water or moths can potentially get inside the box and destroy the contents.
How To Make Magazine Storage Boxes.
Do you have piles of magazines taking over your house? Craft your own magazine storage boxes, and say goodbye to the clutter.