Wednesday, August 13, 2008

A Case Study: Space Bags

Because I have limited storage in my house, I decided to try something I've wanted to try for a long time...Space Bags. In particular, I needed a place to store my maternity clothes that I won't need for a while and some extra pillows that I want to keep but that take up a lot of valuable space in my linen/game closet. So, in a nutshell, the Space Bags accomplished what I needed...

The maternity clothes probably could have been made into a smaller package by using a regular space bag that lies flat instead of the cube. And that's exactly what I decided to do with the pillows. Ultimately, I figured if I ever needed any of those pillows (and isn't that the point in keeping them?) then I would need to put them into 2 or 3 smaller bags instead of having them all in one for easier access. So they're now vaccuum sealed and lying flat on the very top shelf of the closet. Ultimately, I'm satisfied and I just thought I'd pass along my seal of approval for this well-known infomercial product.

5 comments:

Heather said...

I have always wondered how those worked! Thanks for the review. :)

gayle said...

Nice to know that they actually work!!! :)

Brooke said...

I've been asking a lot of people lately if they have used these and no one had. Thanks so much for posting the review!

Christina said...

I had always wondered about these things, so I may put it on my list to get. Looks like they work great!

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