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Geocache: Magnetic cosmetic container

When it comes to magentic containers, it is always more fun to create one. You can collect any small containers, or bigger ones and convert them to a Geocache, just by using a Magnet and finding a proper location for it.

The geocache ready to hide

If you see the yellowish color on the bottom, it is the glue I used got some of the magnet dissolved. It is fine, better than the elements rusting the magnet, and also that side will be invisible as that will Stick to some metal.

Here are the ingredients used:

I like to make non-standard logbooks as they look more fun, and makes it more memorable when you find it. To create the one on the picture I use a silhuette cutter to cut them out. It is possible to create any size, so I always adjust it to the container, using the most space.

Magnet glued on once and then twice
The way I prefer to stick the magnet is, that first I use a glue that sticks really good on the plastic and the magnet as well, then I just use a glue that is more of a water resistant coating after it dries.

Places you can hide these caches are endless:

  • any metal that a magnet sticks to
  • under benches
  • on top of metal object where it is not visible without extra effort
  • behind steel pipes

This post first appeared on Aladar123 Plays Geocaching, please read the originial post: here

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Geocache: Magnetic cosmetic container


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