In the previous post we looked at examples of creative re-use, courtesy of Repurposed Materials, "America's largest industrial thrift store." In this post we'll look at some of the crazy stuff they sell, which you can repurpose yourself. If you're looking for materials or kitting out your workshop, take a look.
These EverBlocks, essentially cinderblock-sized Lego pieces, were used to build a pop-up hospital in New Orleans during the pandemic. $3.50 a pop, minimum order 50 units.
These unused PVC floormats for minivans are easy to cut and "can be effortlessly repurposed for a wide range of projects, such as creating slip-resistant stair grips, protecting floors beneath cat and dog bowls, or even as convenient walkway surfaces." $10 each, but if you order 10 or more they're $8 each.