Grey Storage Bags
I purchased these bags to store off-season clothing in. I stack them on the top shelves of my clothes. I like the handle and the flexibility of the bags (sides and top are not stiff) so that I can squeeze them into a tight space.
April 13, 2014
I bought two of these store Christmas candles and other seasonal candles. And like someone else mentioned they are not hard sided but I was able to put a piece of cardboard in the bottom and the sides are sturdy enough to hold the candles and they're nice enough looking to be out on top of the cabinets in my laundry room. I also love the size they're big enough to hold things but not so huge that you can't manipulate them.
April 10, 2014
Best Baby Clothes Organizer
I have a small circle of friends who rotate baby's clothes amongst each other as all of our daughters are pretty evenly spaced out in 3 month intervals. While everyone else is digging through heavy boxes or transferring from drawer to bag, I have each stage of the girls clothes perfectly labeled and stacked in the girls' room. I can over fill and squish the clothes down to fit - no problem. As long as the bag is somewhat full it retains its shape. I have read reviews of weak handles or zippers and I don't know what those people are putting in these bags because even over-filled, these bags zip well and the handles hold strong. The only down side is that if it is less than 3/4 full it will not retain its shape, but I have compensated for that by using unsharpened pencils as support rods in the corners and the center when stacking. But do not put anything too heavy on top of that because the pencils will fall.
April 10, 2014
I bought this to store my daughter's artwork. I did not realize before my purchase that the sides are not stiff, so the box doesn't keep it's shape. However, it's still efficient storage with quality material that should last.
March 10, 2014