Use Tissue Box To Store Plastic Bags

I find that I can keep my miscellaneous small plastic bags that keep on coming in more or less in check by putting them into empty Kleenex boxes and putting them on a shelf. Much neater! And the boxes will really hold quite a few bags scrunched together.


By pamphyila from L.A., CA


October 19, 20100 found this helpful

What works for me is the cloth sleeve my mom made for me several years before she died in 2006. I always forget you're supposed to pull them from the bottom, but who cares? My bags are contained and available when I need one. And since I pick from the top, the elastic at the bottom is still holding its own. :D

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