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Thanks so much for posting this. Our Lions club does Adopt a Highway and I am sure the members would LOVE to have these to make that job easier.
Great ideas! I think I will print them out and give them to the woman who cleans out local park every morning; these ideas are ones she could use.
Wonderful idea!!1 I have a holder for storing bags which is very simple to make. Take a 22 inch square bandana, fold in half, sew a seam along the edge creating a tube. At either end make a pocket to insert 1/4 inch elastic.
TUBING IS OPTIONAL
In making this bag holder, you can skip the tubing as I have found it adds cushioning only. I have been testing one made without the tubing and have seen no difference in the strength nor the comfort in handling this device. Leaving off the tubing makes this bag holder very simple to construct and decreases the weight to about 4 1/2 ounces.
Although, it's not been tested for 5 years like the one I've been using that is in the tubing, I do feel it will hold up just as well.
So, all you need to make this bag holder is the aluminum rod, 4 clamps and a vise for bending or a friend that has a vise and can bend it for you.
Before bending, mark the middle of the rod, 4 inches from the middle and 7 inches from each tip. Using a vise, bend the rod together in the middle. Put 4 inches of the fold into the vise and bend to right and left. Then bend 7 inches from the tips. In just a few moments, you have a bag holder.
You can make it for your own use or make it to sell. To sell, you will need to demonstrate it as folks will not know what in the world it is.
THIS BAG HOLDER IS VERY STRONG and believe me, it works.