Thursday, 27 April 2017

Wham Storage Bags Giveaway




I don't know about other people,  but I can never have enough storage bags around my house. I always have bags in the car for grocery shopping, bags in garage for nick nacks, bags in my utility for groceries, bags for storing my blog props and storing toys. I even have bags with large handles for putting my recycling in and they are perfect for laundry too.

Having canvas bags are ideal for grocery shopping but I recently discovered the Wham Flexibags, they are made from plastic and much more practical and hygienic for in the home, taking on picnics etc.


What are Wham Bags??


The new Wham® Flexi Bags and Flexi Square Carry-alls can be used to carry just about anything. They are super strong and durable and are perfect for carrying shopping, gardening stuff, ice for barbeques and even laundry. They are made from heavy duty plastic and have two integral handles for easy carrying. They can be washed or wiped clean and can be stacked for easy storage too.


The Wham® Flexi Bags are available in 4 colours: Duck Egg Blue, Coral, Pastel Yellow and Pastel Pink.
Size options :
Small: 6 litre, Medium: 12.5 litre, Large: 24.5 litre, Extra Large: 40 litre.


The Wham® Flexi Square Carry-alls are available in Soft Lime or Duck Egg and Blue.
Size options:
Small: 8 litre, Medium: 15 litre, Large: 25 litre, Extra Large: 40 litre

Prices range from as little as £2.50 for smallest sizes to only £7.00 in the biggest sizes.

I love my flex bags and use them all the time in my home. I was sent a pair of bags by Wham to try out in my home, all opinions expressed here are of my own.

As always I love to be able to giveaway items that I have tried and I am really excited that Wham have been very kind and they wills send 1 citrusspice reader 2 flex
bags one of each style. 

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Closing date – 15th May 2017 12.00 am
Prize- 2 wham flex storage bags

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202 comments:

  1. I have a couple of trugs for storing toys and for gardening. I also have lots of storage boxes and some wicker baskets.

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  2. Big laundry bags, and bin bags!

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  3. i tend to use lidded containers rather than bags, but those I do use are generally medium polythene ones

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  4. I use the Ikea big blue bags for storing kids clothes and beach towels etc

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  5. I tend to use storage boxes, but these bags look great for garden work (even if that is keeping the beers cool for the BBQ).

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  6. i dont have bags just plastic storage boxes x

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  7. Tend to use old boxes that I recycle and decorate

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  8. I have a couple of boring boxes but love the look of the colourful Wham Flex Storage Bags, they look very strong

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  9. I use a hell of a lot of bin bags and suitcases lol

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  10. We use plastic boxes with lids

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  11. We've got all kinds of storage containers. From platic crates to fabric wash baskets to everything in between. And yet it's never enough to contain everything!

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  12. I use plastic boxes and old shoes boxes for storing bits and bobs.

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  13. Recycling bags.

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  14. Those bags that drag air out and compress everything

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  15. Carrier bags mainly or boxes! :)

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  16. I have a couple of wicker baskets

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  17. Plastic trugs from Asda , with handles that fell off

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  18. We use large vacuum packs to store bedding and clothes

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  19. I use plastic crates to store my fabric and wool

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  20. I have several of the round plastic trugs, which are used for laundry, recycling, cleaning etc and are in constant use. These would be great as they would be easier to carry with just one hand and would make going up and down stairs easier. They are also a better shape for my needs and to store.

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  21. Plastic crates

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  22. I use plastic baskets, under the sink and in the veggie cupboard.

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  23. I have some plastic crates and some rattan ones. These look extremely strong and useful and very colourful too!

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  24. Don't tend to use bags for storage, it's usually a box.

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  25. Big plastic tubs which are stored in the attic

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  26. I use plastic bags for storage but I'm running out of them.

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  27. I use hessian shoppers around the house to gather up things that belong elsewhere before making sure they all get back to where they belong. I use canvas shoppers for various things - a bag of spare coathangers, a bag of vacuum accessories. I'm quite the bag lady!

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  28. I usually use boxes for storage
    Debbie M

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  29. All my spare bedding is stuffed in those giant Sports Direct bags

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  30. I use baskets or plastic storage boxes but find they don't last long, they break too easily

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  31. I normally just use boxes to store things in.

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  32. We use the big ikea bags a lot!
    @fionaseaeagle

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  33. large bag for life from supermarkets

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  34. I sometimes use fabric reusable bags but I usually use fabric or plastic boxes.

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  35. We use plastic boxes rather than bags :)

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  36. We just use plastic storage boxes x

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  37. We use boxes, but have bags of bags if you can relate!!

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  38. I use anything and everything, but mostly big laundry bags!

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  39. I have some large laundry bags and a big hessian shopper

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  40. Under the bed boxes and old shoe boxes

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  41. I tend to use plastic boxes and tubs. But in an emergency I use bags for life from the supermarket

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  42. Hello we currently use Lidl bags for life, they are only 50p, and are quite hardy x

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  43. I use a few laundry type zip up bags for storing toys

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  44. Some hessian shopper bags that have seen better days

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  45. Carrier bags or plastic boxes

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  46. Margaret Clarkson
    I have a big gardening bag which is useful. Otherwise I tend to use lidded boxes for storage.

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  47. Keep all my carrier bags in a large shopping bag!

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  48. Louise Farmer1 May 2017 at 12:04

    I use bags for life and under the bed boxes. Definitely time for an upgrade!

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  49. as of late, ikea bags! we are in need of something more attractive though!

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  50. i usually use plastic boxes or those bags that you suck all the air out of for clothes!

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  51. Plastic boxes or big bags for life

    Kay Sherman

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  52. i use cube boxes in storage units and large zipped bags for clothes

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  53. No bags but plenty of boxes.

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  54. Bags for Life

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  55. I use the plastic containers with lids and big Ikea bags

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  56. Plastic boxes that take up far too much room, and aren't at all attractive.

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  57. I have about 5 'bags for life'...otherwise I use old carrier bags or new ones I've had to buy if shopping and I forget the others ;)

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  58. Jodie Thompson2 May 2017 at 13:02

    I use Disney Store bags

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  59. we use plastic boxes, never really thought about using bags, but these look great

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  60. I used the Ikea big blue bags alot and sum plastic storage boxes

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  61. I use plastic boxes, old shoe boxes and some foldaway bags for extra storage

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  62. I use plastic boxes and large strong plastic bags.

    Hazel Rea @beachrambler

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  63. We tend to use the stronger supermarket bags.
    These new Flexi bags look really strong and well made! Count us in please.

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  64. Storage boxes and heavy duty bin liners

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  65. Those would be handy for storing toys or laundry rather than using wicker baskets

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  66. We have some ikea Kallax units & fabric boxes

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  67. we have some large canvas ones that we use for toys!

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  68. I keep a couple of canvas tote bags in the boot.

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  69. bag for life bags from the supermarket.

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  70. We euse a mix of boxes and super market bags ...love the look of the flexi bags

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  71. I've some large reusable bags from Morrisons that are useful. (I'm feeling rather ancient because when I saw Wham bags I was expecting George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley!)

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  72. I used containers with lids on and plastic bags that's why I need some of these bags in my life! Fingers crossed :-)

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  73. I have some canvas storage boxes with lids

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  74. my big asda shopping ones, they are handy for toys, clothes everything ha ha i always forgrt to actually take any shopping

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  75. I have to large Orla bags which I use for everything from picnics, swimming bags, shopping to carrying out laundry to hang on thee line. They are very versatile but the only downside is that they are not waterproof so can get spoilt if accidentally left outside or if it rains on a day out. For this reason I love the idea of owning a Wham bag x

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  76. I use boxes rather than bags for my storage.

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  77. Just bags for life, but their never big enough, or sturdy enough or they just fall over. So not ideal.

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  78. We use the fabric boxes from ikea

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  79. We use wooden boxes at the moment

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  80. I have canvas, cotton and hessian bags that I sometimes use, often temporarily while organising things as they can be hung on the door etc while I sort things. We store a few garden-related items in a heavy rubber trug. Generally I have plastic boxes with lids, canvas and cardboard boxes, and wooden, plastic and leather drawer units, boxes, pen pots, desk organisers etc for storage, but like the idea of these bags for items that I want to be more easily accessible.

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  81. Bags? I'm still using cardboard boxes.

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  82. I use vacuum bags and reuse old shopping bags for bin liners xxx

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  83. We use plastic boxes with lids for storage.

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  84. When I use bags it tends to be carrier bags or bin bags! Could do with some better ones :)

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  85. Our stuff is mostly stored in homemade fabric bags which could probably use being replaced soon!

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  86. I use Really Useful Boxes

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  87. vacuum bags, its amazing what u can fit in to them once they are condensed down. we have loads under each bed with bedding in and seasonal clothes (the summer clothes are not making an appereance at the moment given how cold it feels in london) all my daughters stuffed teddies/toys are in a couple they are amazing and is such a good soloution when you are short on space (like us) and its great normally as they are see through you dont have to be on the hunt through bags to find required item. also they are quite in expensive which is always good when you are on a tight budget like i am.

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  88. Toys, ironing, garden equipment, I even have one in the back of the car!

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  89. I tend to use them to store my huge collection of books

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  90. We tend to use plastic storage boxes with lids rather than bags, but I'm willing to give these a try.

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  91. I tend to use boxes for storing things i the home. Thanks for the giveaway, these look perfect for when I'm out gardening.

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  92. I use storage boxes and wicker hampers .

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  93. a mixture of all sorts of boxes and containers - it would be good to have these brightly coloured bags

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  94. Usually wicker basket type things, but I LOVE the colour of these. I need more colour in my life!

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  95. plastic storage boxes and bin bags

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  96. I use plastic storage boxes at the minute

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  97. I tend to use old supermarket bags

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  98. I don't I just have glutter everywhere!!

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  99. I tend to use plastic storage baskets.

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  100. I usually use boxes or hampers

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  101. I use blue ikea bags for pretty much everything!

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  102. Usually just plastic carrier bags or the larger supermarket bags.

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  103. I tend to use big plastic boxes not bags

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  104. I usually use cardboard boxes from various deliveries!

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  105. I use the heavier 10p shopping bags for all sorts of storage. Very handy.

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  106. Plastic carrier bags or bin bags + a couple of crates

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  107. Plastic bags or collapsible crates x

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  108. I have a couple of boring boxes but love the look of the colourful Wham Flex Storage Bags, they look very strong

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  109. For decorative storage I have wicker baskets, clothes are stored in vacuum sealed bags and other household goods are just in plastic boxes / crates.

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  110. I use reusuable bags from the supermarket. Not as trendy as these!!!

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  111. baskets and boxes (plastic and paper)

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  112. It's usually boxes rather than bags - mainly the large plastic lidded -but I do have several large "bag for life" carrier bags full of things too!

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  113. How handy are these! And nice to look at too. Perfect ;-)

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  114. I use the stronger supermarket bags.

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  115. Vac bags, although dont last very long

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  116. Plastic boxes, wicker baskets, storage drawers.. so much stuff in my house I'd love to throw it out but it belongs to people haha x

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  117. i have to admit to being scruffy and using bin bags

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  118. I just use whatever random reusable bag I find.

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  119. Filing boxes and vacuum bags

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  120. We tend to use plastic shopping bags

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  121. A bit of everything really! Whatever I can lay my hands on.

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  122. I have a Laundry bag where all the odd socks end up and some under bed storage bags. Other than that it tends to be carrier bags which aren't very attractive.

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  123. In a mess at the moment that why i need to win win WIN !

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  124. plastic and wicker boxes

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  125. I don't have storage bags at the moment, trying to use plastic boxes rather than cardboard. I'm not very organised!

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  126. At the moment I am using some fabulous large patterned canvas bags to keep my youngest daughter's soft toys and teddies in! I also use vacuum bags to store clothes under my bed.

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  127. I use trugs and large square supermarket bags

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  128. I use plastic boxes and storage bags

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  129. Combination of Carrier Bags and cardboard boxes

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  130. Sandwich bags for storing food

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  131. I normally store in jute bags and large plastic boxes

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  132. laundry bags the big ones or bin bags lol

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  133. We have a few thugs and many plastic boxes!

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  134. I tend to use boxes as they stack easily

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  135. I use the clear plastic zipped packaging that quilts and pillows come in for storing winter/summer clothing when not in use. I bought some fancy bags (equivalent to laundry bags) for storing spare curtains and christmas decorations

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  136. i use alot of bag for life for storage

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  137. The big sturdy supermarket bags that are sold..

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  138. We use storage boxes

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  139. Not using any bags at the moment, bedroom floor is a mess!!! :-)

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  140. We use vacuum bags to store out-of-season clothes. I keep hats, wooly scarves and gloves in wicker baskets in our coat closet.

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  141. I use a mixture of storage boxes and bags for life to store things.

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  142. I've got a couple of big thick paper sacks for putting toys in. We also use wicker baskets x

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  143. We us the wicker basket ones which I won in a comp

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  144. I use plastic storage bags which I find very handy x

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  145. At the moment I'm using bin bags as the bags we originally had broke!

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  146. Plastic boxes & Wicker baskets

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  147. Supermarket bags for life and paper bags for stationery.

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  148. plastic storage boxes and trugs.

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