Take the advice of a 75 year old DuPont chemist: for long term storage, metal is the only container you want for acetone. That was my organic lab professor. That guy could do some amazing experimental work. He'd specifically tried every plastic bottle he could get his hands on, and every plastic he found unsatisfactory. The best thing to do is to get a metal can that's of the smallest size possible for what you're doing. That's why the sell it in metal cans at Home Depot, etc. Acetone either dissolves or swells just about any plastic, given time. Some, like the polyethylenes, hold up better than others, but after a long time, they'll all at least swell.
Just my 2c.