Storing Christmas Ornaments In Luggage

I've been hunting mouse proof storage for my Christmas decorations and ornaments. This year I purchase several pieces of used hard-sided luggage at the local thrift store for a very low price. Sorry mice friends!

By Jonna Marsh

January 19, 20090 found this helpful

I would think plastic storage containors would have been just as thrifty plus you could store more in them. You can buy a fairly decent sized one @ walmart, Kmart or Target for around 10-15 dollars.

But I guess if it works for you, that is all that matters. I personally store jigsaw puzzles in my suitcases however I did not purposely go out & buy the cases to do this. I just figured puzzles were not something I work with everyday and they were taking up room on closet shelves so i stuck them in suitcases.

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October 11, 20130 found this helpful

Using the plastic totes to keep mice out is not a great idea. The mice tend to chew threw the plastic. The luggage idea sounds workable.

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December 11, 20150 found this helpful

Good idea; I'm going to do this.

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