I hate to waste things, so wonder what people have found to do with old oxygen tubing. So far my list is:
1. Tie up branches that you have pruned (to be taken out with the trash)
2. Spool holders for thread
3. Point protector for small scissors
4. Stiffeners for tote bags (around the top, you can put sequins in them and decorate them too like an artsy friend of mine did)
5. Tie downs for various things in the car. Always nice to have on hand!
Has anyone else found good uses? My husband used oxygen and he neatly coiled up his old tubing -- I have more than a lifetime supply! I was really happy to find it worked well on branches, as it makes a soft on your hand carrier also and I never have good heavy twine on hand.