Sears has the Hopkins ZE094 Oil Drain Pan on sale for $0.99 with free in-store pickup or $6 shipping to home. Features 7.5-quart capacity and is ideal for all your oil changing needs.
Retail: $2.29

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    Shmeagle Ben's cred: 670
    Posted 9:52 am PDT 03/13/14

    And what do you do with the oil after you drain it?

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    swreynolds Ben's cred: 364
    Posted 10:52 am PDT 03/13/14

    7.5 quarts? My wife's Audi has a 7 quart capacity. This would be way too small.

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    Rx7145 Ben's cred: 12
    Posted 11:27 am PDT 03/13/14

    Too small. What are you going to when it's full? Poring it out is going to be messy.

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    Shmeagle Ben's cred: 670
    Posted 12:15 pm PDT 03/13/14

    Rx7145 wrote:
    Too small. What are you going to when it's full? Poring it out is going to be messy.


    And illegal.

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    suednim Ben's cred: 134
    Posted 12:18 pm PDT 03/13/14

    ALL places that sell bulk oil are required to accept waste oil. AZ, Advance, Pep Boys, WM, etc. Just put the old oil in any jug and take it to 'em; If they tell U no, they are lying.
    And, $Tree has 10 qt. square dish pans.

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3587
    Posted 1:17 pm PDT 03/13/14

    At most of those places that take oil they, or you, dump it into their storage container and you take home the containers you brought it in. For that reason I'd recommend a drain pan that has a lid so you can take it to them without bothering to transfer it to another container(s), although I find the empty jugs from the replacement oil to be a timely option to put it in.

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    robtimm Ben's cred: 1
    Posted 4:04 pm PDT 03/13/14

    And illegal.[/quote]

    This d bag makes comment for the sake of it, likes to hear his own voice. Now it's illegal to pour oil, rodeo cowboy.

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    Myself Ben's cred: 194
    Posted 4:06 pm PDT 03/13/14

    My dad uses a 5-gallon gas-can, since it has a leakproof lid. He painted "USED OIL" on the side so it's obviously not gas anymore. In Michigan at least, 5 gallons is the most you can bring in at once, so we just do a few oil changes, dumping the smaller catch-pan into the gas can, until it's full, then take it back next time we go to buy new oil.

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    Interloper Ben's cred: 125
    Posted 8:11 pm PDT 03/13/14

    robtimm

    It IS illegal to spill oil in the USA.

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    Posted 10:13 am PDT 03/14/14

    The municipal garage takes it where I live. Just leave them by the storage tank. They take antifreeze and brake fluid too.

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