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When it’s too hot to cook inside, you’ll have everything you need on hand to fire up the grill with this DIY Charcoal Storage and Free Printable! We like to stock up on charcoal when summer begins so that we can quickly get the grill going for an easy meal. But it’s hard to keep charcoal safe and dry in the paper bags that it comes in. I decided to turn a metal trash can into DIY Charcoal Storage by adding a bit of flair to it. It would make the perfect Father’s Day gift for the man in your life! I picked up the Kingsford Original Twinpack from The Home Depot to fill up our charcoal storage. From 6/18 to 6/21, you can get the Kingsford Original Twinpack for $9.88 — more than half off the original price! I also found the metal trash can at The Home Depot in the Garden section — they had a ton of different options, but I decided on this one because of the locking lid.
DIY Charcoal Storage
What you need to make this DIY Charcoal Storage:
- Metal Trash Can
- Black Vinyl
Cut the design from the vinyl using a cutting machine. You can also print out the design onto the backing paper of the vinyl and cut it out by hand if you don’t have a cutting machine. Stick the vinyl onto the front of the trash can. Fill with charcoal and store near your grill. In a grilling mood? Head over to your nearest The Home Depot store to pick up your Kingsford Charcoal. Click here to find the store nearest you. Don’t know what to serve? Here is some great recipe inspiration!
What’s your favorite thing to grill in the summer?