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Thursday, August 7, 2008

As you organize all the things in your house, it's clear that items such as blankets, toys, seasonal products and so on take up a lot of room, A very clever storage solution is the vacuum-seal storage bag. These bag has air-tight and watertight zippers and a one way air valve so that , using an ordinary vacuum, you can suck out all the air in the bag.The result is smaller package to store, saving space and keeping the items clean and safe.

In the Closet
   When it comes to our wardrobes most of us wear 20 % of our clothes 80 % of the time that leaves a lot of clothes just hanging around the closet. And if your working with small closet, those garments are taking up some prime real state.
  The first step to any closet overhaul is remove everything. Then seperate everything by season, or winter and summer wear.
  Store all your winter items, such as sweaters, ski coats, pants and bulky comforters, in vacuum seal bag. Once the season change, your winter clothing comes out fresh and clean. Do the same for your summer wardrobes when the time comes.

Kids Stuffs
   Infant and toddler gear expands rapidly. You can store a child's precious baby clothes safely and securely compress and protect extra bedding, pillows and blankets
and provide a dirt and allergen free storage free place for the stuffed animal overflow.

Around the house
   For belongings you want by your front door, use a bag in the nearest closet. It's a handy way to store mittens, scarves, hats and the like. The front door closet is also great place for storing winter coats and foul-weather gear.
   For the dinning room, seal your good silver in air-tight and watertight vacuum seal bags to put the breaks on the tarnish when exposed to air and moisture.
  In your attic, take advantage of empty suitcases by compressing seasonal clothing or bedding in bags, then place them inside the lauggage. Store items will be safe from moistures, pets, mildew , dirt and odors and take up zero additional space.

1 Comment:

  1. Vhiel said...
    oh I so need to store a bunch of stuff at home.. by the way, I joined your mybloglog community.. i hope you can also join mine ;)


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