By Christine from Spanaway, WA
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" Try storing plastic bags, as well as papet towels in baby wipes containers. They are easy to pull out and fit just about any where. Easy for both clean up and trash.
Try the folding trick if you are short on room in your car. they will fit in your glove compartment and not take up much room. Fold the bag in 4 length wise sand push out all the air. Start from the bottom and go to the top in a triangle fashion the way they fold a flag. It ends up taking up about a 2" square space and is flat and you can hold about 30-45 in a sandwich size baggie. Have fun with this.
Deb from Owen Sound
We store ours in a milk jug. Just cut the top enough to fit your hand. Then we put them in the back seat of our car.
I save them...then make a more perment bag out of them by crochet them so I have a more durable bag This I use shopping...no need to buy bags at the store..I have them always in the trunk of my car..for all needs a outing at the park..need to move items...I have had mine for so time..once you knit or crochet them they are much stronger..i have made hanging files out of them...shirley
You can also tie them around your knees if you have to kneel to change a flat tire, or put over your hands like a glove to add oil.
Stuff some plastic grocery bags into an empty paper towel tube and store under your car seat. Use them as garbage bags for fast-food containers, coffee cups and anything else you want to throw away. Especially good if you have children!
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