How to Upcycle Tide Bottles into a DIY Chandelier

Finding new uses for old product packaging is a great way to keep plastic out of our landfills. Did you know there are hundreds of ways you can reuse product packaging? Especially Tide bottles! Learn more about this green-living practice on our Tide Keepsies page.

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    • Rinse Tide laundry detergent bottles.
    • Draw circle around top part of orange bottle.
    • Draw different sized circles on bottles.
    • Cut off top of orange bottle.
    • Cut out circles.
    rinse bottle and draw circles on bottles
    • Drill 8 holes around top.
    • Punch 1 hole on top and bottom of large & medium circles.
    • Punch hole on top of small circles.
    • Attach brass rings to chandelier base.
    • Connect first circles.
    Drill holes around the top
    • Connect next row of circles with brass fasteners.
    • Place chandelier on light fixture.
    Connect row of circles; place chandelier on light fixture

What is upcycling?

Upcycling is the process of converting old or discarded material into something useful and beautiful.

You can always send your used plastic containers to be recycled, and that’s great! But you can also creatively turn those bottles into something new and useful for your household. Upcycling is great for the environment and can also be a fun activity for your family, which is why Tide created a content series to inspire and educate you about reusing old bottles and packaging. Here, you can see the different ways that you can repurpose used Tide products and packaging.

At Tide, we put a lot of time and care into creating eco-friendly packaging to help minimize our impact on the environment. For more info on this and why we base all of our detergents on renewable materials, visit our sustainability page.